Cambridge Mask Co sells in over 70 countries and partners with corporations such as Deliveroo, British Airways and Aviva.
We have also supplied the German, Swedish and Australian foreign services as well as the Nepal Police and the Dutch Army. On the medical side, Cambridge Masks are offered in Mayo Clinic in the USA as well as United Family Hospitals.


United Kingdom

Half of all Deliveroo’s 25,000 UK self-employed riders use bicycles to make deliveries and the company is determined to play its part in tackling the challenges of pollution and poor air quality in areas where they operate. Deliveroo’s eponymous logo looks fantastic on our masks, and will help their riders tackle air pollution.




Cambridge Mask Co partnered with Aviva to support their 5km AirRun campaign for the fight for clean air in Poland! This was a great initiative that gathered thousands of people in the center of Krakow to increase awareness of air pollution!




United Kingdom

British Airways’ business is all about air, so we were delighted to work with them on custom branded masks showing their new aircraft.

These were distributed to their VIP customers in Asia as well as staff – a fantastic way to enhance customer loyalty and demonstrate their commitment to proactive health choices. The BA philosophy of “To Fly. To Serve” was fulfilled beautifully by this project, we are very proud of the awesome mask that came out of it.


Kathmandu, Nepal

Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, has a major air pollution challenge. For traffic police, long shifts standing in smog can be a major issue. After winning a competitive tender, Cambridge Mask Co was selected as the preferred supplier by the Nepalese government.

Officers have been really pleased with their masks and were kind enough to allow us to do some photos while they carry out their important work.



It’s little known that Ulaanbaatar (UB) has its fair share of pollution, especially in the winter with coal-burning for fires and such. In September 2017 British Embassy of UB contacted us to take part in an awareness campaign they wanted to create. The event was a nationally televised catwalk of mask designs that were to be created by local fashion designers, and 15 Cambridge Mask designs were one of them.