Company gives 1,000 face masks to council

Lichfield District Council has received a donation of a 1,000 face masks

A Cannock-based company has donated 1,000 face masks to Lichfield District council, to support its key workers.

Lichfield District Council has received a donation of 1,000 face masks from an e-commerce fulfilment and last mile distribution service provider, Super Smart Service Limited.

The masks will help protect council staff working in key service areas, such as bin collections, keeping local streets clean, and delivering emergency shopping to self-isolating residents.

Cannock Chase Council originally received 10,000 free fluid resistant surgical face masks and 5,000 FFP2 standard face masks from the Super Smart Service Limited. As part of this offer, the company asked that 1,000 masks went to Lichfield District Council and 2,000 masks went to Walsall Council.

Councillor Doug Pullen, Leader of Lichfield District Council, said:

“This is such a generous donation and very much appreciated in these challenging times. The masks will enable us to meet any personal protection equipment requirements placed on district activities, such as waste and recycling collections and enable us to continue to deliver these much needed services.”


Super Smart Service Limited provides fulfilment services for the likes of Amazon, Ebay and Royal Mail, as well as customs agency, air and sea freight services.

The company, based at Kingwood Lakeside in Cannock, works closely with a large global logistics enterprise Zongteng Group headquartered in China.

Published: 6 April 2020