43 employees at Braskem America Petrochemical plant in Marcus Hook clocked in on March 23rd for the longest shift of their lives. They moved into the plant as if it was a makeshift college dormitory and lived there for 28 days. The 43 men worked 12 hour shifts to produce millions of pounds of raw materials that will be turned into face masks and surgical gowns worn. These materials will be worn on the frontlines in the fight against coronavirus. On Sunday, after 28 days, the team finally clocked out. Braskem America CEO Mark Nikolich said that no one told them they had to do it. All of the employees volunteered to hunker down for four weeks. They will be awarded with one week off and a raise!