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NEVS owner Evergrande continues to make donation to Sweden to fight pandemic

News   •   May 08, 2020 09:05 UTC

NEVS employees Ingrid Svensson and Kristin Lönngren are putting on the product label in Swedish on each bottle.

On 7th May, Chinese real-estate giant Evergrande through NEVS donated 300 liters of surface disinfectant to the local health administration in Sweden. The disinfectant will be used in elderly care in Trollhättan. So far, NEVS together with its owner Evergrande have donated in Sweden 3000 mouth masks, 360 P3 masks, and 800 protection visors made from NEVS 3D printer.

In March this year, Evergrande donated 100 million RMB (140 million SEK) to Red Cross Society of China and established Evergrande International Anti-epidemic Relief Fund to support the humanitarian aid work worldwide. In February, Evergrande provided a fund of 115 million US dollars (1.1 billion SEK) to Harvard University and the Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Disease (GIRD) to support a five-year research partnership aimed at developing vaccines for COVID-19 infections and therapies to treat existing ones. Since the break out of the pandemic at the end of last year, Evergrande has made a cash contribution in China and worldwide 1.2 billion RMB (1.7 billion SEK).

“In the beginning of this year, NEVS sent 5000 masks and 5000 overalls from Sweden to China to help relief effort there. Our owner Evergrande has been following up closely on the situation in Sweden, and now they would like to offer their help here on the epidemic-fighting supplies.” NEVS CEO Stefan Tilk said.