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Lydall CEO sees demand boom for its filtration material beyond pandemic


Lydall CEO Sara Greenstein on Friday told CNBC’s Jim Cramer that the company is working with the Biden White House to help replenish the national stockpile of personal protection equipment, and she expects demand for specialty filtration products to be greater beyond the pandemic.

The Manchester, Connecticut-based company makes specialty filtration material that is used in N95 respirators and surgical masks, items that are especially critical for health-care and frontline workers during a health crisis.

Greenstein said in a “Mad Money” interview that President Joe Biden’s administration is “actively pursuing efforts” to build a strategic stockpile.

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