Maybe to sell to public, they are already selling them on ShopDisney.com. I don't know that they would want them for the housekeeping staff or other maintenance staff at the resorts, seems like an unneeded expense to me. Maybe front desk and store but I think that might be it for "cute" PPE.A lot of PPE is made domestically.
I suspect Disney are going to want "cute" PPE.
I guess we will have to agree to disagree. I would rather they keep the jobs here in the US and I would have more confidence in those PPE products if made here. JMHO, you don't have to agree, that is your right. You are entitled to your own opinion.It's kind of the same issue. Retooling takes time and investment. Then when it's no longer needed, they have to switch back. It's quite a bit of waste. It seems to make more sense to let China crowd their factories and take on the risks of being 100% in production and we just streamline the customs. Most air & sea lanes stayed open, and there's definitely spare passenger craft to be utilized. Personally I'd rather utilize idle industries in their typical specialization than to retrain and revamp.
Thanks for posting this information. I agree, I too hope more companies come on line to make PPE (even the cute Disney facemasks).A new one even opened up outside of Austin, TX. So they are making them in the US. I hope even more new companies form. I can see a need for stuff for a while.