ExxonMobil engages tailoring bussineses

EXXONMOBIL PNG has engaged nine tailoring businesses to make 10,000 masks for its staff.
Executive director Keith Killian said the company was committed to supporting local businesses.
“The impact of the Covid-19 has affected our daily lives, and we all have a role to play in continuing to prevent the spread of the virus,” he said.
“Our partnering with local MSMEs (micro, small, and medium enterprises) to manufacture these masks is a great example of fostering economic activity in the community.
“We are humbled by the resilience and grateful for the commitment of our tailoring partners to quickly craft high-quality reusable face coverings to help us protect the health of our workforce, their families and the communities where we live and operate.”
Tailoring businesses in the PNG LNG project areas have been engaged to make the required 10,000 face coverings.
June Bonit, owner of Jets Tailoring Ltd, is grateful to ExxonMobil PNG for this partnership that has prompted to rehire staff.
“We’ve been able to provide work for three seamstresses to sew face coverings which is fantastic for the business and offers us a great opportunity to showcase our quality of work,” Bonit said.

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