During the 2020 epidemic, she decisively halted foreign orders of more than 6 million U.S. dollars, and flew back to China from abroad to organize the production of mask manufacturing equipment and mask products. Except for the allocation of provincial, municipal and county governments, the mask equipment and disposable masks produced were to fully protect the epidemic prevention needs of local enterprises returning to work, schools and communities.
Under the leadership of Ju Daixia, a group of workers work day and night, spontaneously brought pillows and quilts, ate and lived in the factory. They took the initiative to extend their working hours, and they worked in a single shift for more than 13 hours a day. They lay down for a while when they were tired, and would eat a little when they were hungry. No one complained, no one called tired. They have only one belief: race against the epidemic. During those hard but meaningful days, what made Ju Daixia most memorable was the simple figures in the workshop.
After the outbreak of the epidemic, the general manager who had been on vacation abroad decided to return to work ahead of schedule. At the risk of paying huge liquidated damages, she suspended the orders of all foreign customers and rushed back to China to build the production line for the Chinese mask factory. She said: "at present, the factory needs to transform from diapers to masks, do its best to organize employees to work overtime to catch up with mask equipment, which alleviates the difficult situation of masks and lets us undertake the mission together."