CIANJ Received Goodwill Package of 5,000 Surgical Masks from Chairman of Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei
Rochelle Park, NJ (August 11, 2020) – The Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ) is pleased to have received a goodwill package of 5,000 made-in-Taiwan surgical masks from the Chairman of Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei with assistance from the Investment and Trade Office of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the U.S. CIANJ plans to donate the masks to members who need them to help protect the health of their employees and the public.
“This gift demonstrates the goodwill efforts between our two associations to grow both of our countries’ economies as well as a shared commitment to doing business with one another,” said Anthony Russo, President of CIANJ.
“Taiwan has been a model for the world in COVID-19 response and the domestic supply of masks is sufficient. IEAT donates masks to sister associations around the world to do its part, and at the same time strengthen cooperation with partners to jointly fight the epidemic. IEAT is fortunate that through this epidemic, it has become closer to its partners, but also developed many new cooperation models. IEAT looks forward to more collaboration opportunities with CIANJ at the post-epidemic period,” said Chen-Chin Huang, Chairman of IEAT.
CIANJ is a unique network of businesses committed to improving and advancing the cause of free enterprise in the Garden State. Our focus sets us apart from other organizations and provides the basis upon which we work to make our state a better place to live, work and conduct business.