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Boating gives back: Mantus Marine uses medical experience to help Texas health care workers

by National Marine Manufacturers Association 4 May 23:25 PDT
COVID-19 - Coronavirus Disease © Daria Blackwell

Today's member spotlight is on Mantus Marine, which has been producing innovative marine products since 2012 in Houston, Texas. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Mantus Marine shifted its usual production of anchors and boating gear to focus on finding solutions to the critical shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) in its community.

For Mantus Marine, the need to help health care workers during this time hit close to home—Greg Kutsen, founder of Mantus Marine, is an emergency room doctor who witnessed the dire shortage of PPE firsthand. Mantus Marine launched into action and immediately began assessing how it could adapt its operations to source and produce medical equipment.

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