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RKF ouvre les portes de son grand atelier de fabrication de masques à Belfort

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L'entreprise de fabrication de linge de luxe fabrique les masques lavables pour les habitants du Territoire de Belfort. Dans ses locaux au Techn'Hom, 130 couturières fabriquent chacune 200 à 250 masques lavables. Le département du Jura souhaite reproduire le même modèle.

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