Video game company IGG donates 250,000 masks to Barcelona’s Hospital Clínic

11 Apr 2020

Singapore-based video game company IGG has donated 250,000 masks to Barcelona’s Hospital Clínic in the framework of the Covid-19 health emergency. The 250,000 masks were sent from China via an aircraft hired by the Catalan company Mango and with the advice of Catalonia Trade & Investment -the agency for business competitiveness of the Catalan Ministry for Business & Knowledge- company. of Company-.

Specializing in the development of video games for mobile phones, IGG opened its European headquarters in Barcelona in 2019. Last January, IGG opened a donation fund to support local hospitals and health departments in different provinces of China.

At the same time, Catalonia Trade & Investment has also supported the donation of 8,000 medical gloves to the Catalan Health Institute (ICS) by the Chinese company China Certification & Inspection (CCIC EUROPE-TESTING S.L.). CCIC opened a laboratory in Hospitalet de Llobregat in 2015 to provide certification and testing services for industrial products and automotive components exported to China. Support has also been given to the Catalan Association in Hong Kong, which has donated 10,400 surgical and FFP2 masks to the ICS. Founded in 1996, the association is made up of hundreds of Catalans currently living in Hong Kong.


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