Digital dyeing company Alchemie ship personal protective suits to aid hospital in Coronovirus battle

Sunday, February 23, 2020

With protective equipment in China increasingly difficult to obtain, Cambridge based digital material dyeing company Alchemie Technology have sourced and shipped over 630 protective suits to support the work of Taizhou hospital in Coronavirus prevention and control.

Dr Alan Hudd Director of Alchemie Technology said: “We are with you China! We received word that due to the huge increase in demand that Taizhou Hospital welcomed our help in sourcing personal protective suits. Thankfully, we were in a position to respond and our team showed a lot of initiative sourcing the suits.

Alchemie Technology are the Cambridge based innovation company behind the Endeavour digital print technology that has designed out energy, water waste and dye pollution from production material dyeing.

With protective equipment in China increasingly difficult to obtain, Cambridge based digital material dyeing company Alchemie Technology have sourced and shipped over 630 protective suits to support the work of Taizhou hospital in Coronavirus prevention and control.

Dr Alan Hudd Director of Alchemie Technology said: “We are with you China! We received word that due to the huge increase in demand that Taizhou Hospital welcomed our help in sourcing personal protective suits. Thankfully, we were in a position to respond and our team showed a lot of initiative sourcing the suits.

Alchemie Technology are the Cambridge based innovation company behind the Endeavour digital print technology that has designed out energy, water waste and dye pollution from production material dyeing.