Supplying hand sanitizers to hospitals and healthcare facilities, police, firefighters, first responders, industrial supply and transportation companies.
David Savastano, Editor04.23.20
When illnesses and deaths began mounting from the COVID-19 pan-demic, a number of ink manufacturers began to look at ways they could play a role in helping to combat the illness. Inkjet, Inc., Willis, TX, an industrial printer supplier and industrial ink manufacturer, saw the opportunity to produce hand sanitizers, which are much needed in the community.
The company’s laboratory started producing hand sanitizer at the end of March, following FDA guidelines, and has been supplying hand san-itizers to hospitals and healthcare facilities, police, firefighters and first responders, industrial supply and transportation companies. The company is offering the liquid sanitizer in 8-ounce spray bottles as a case of 6 (limit two); 32-ounce bottles as a case of nine; 1 gallon jugs as a case of four; 5-gallon pails; and 55-gallon drums.
Patricia Quinlan, InkJet, Inc.’s chairwoman and owner, had the idea after reading and seeing that states were starting to shut down non-essential bus
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