Following the production of its first batch at the beginning of April, the company has produced another 25,000 bottles of hand sanitiser, for those working on the front line during the COVID – 19 pandemic.
|Loch Lomond produces second batch of hand sanitiser for front line services|
Produced at Loch Lomond Group’s production facilities in Alexandria, Dumbartonshire and Catrine, Ayrshire, the hand sanitiser has been made in line with World Health Organisation guidelines containing 70% alcohol, and has received duty exemption from HMRC for the alcohol content.
Commenting on the news, Colin Matthews, CEO, Loch Lomond Group, said: “We distributed several thousand bottles in our first batch of hand sanitiser at the beginning of April to over 150 organisations. We know demand is still incredible strong and we took the decision to complete a further batch which is now ready to be donated. We are currently accepting email requests, and I would invite any organisations in need to get in touch with us.”
The Loch Lomond Group, has urged front line services and organisations supporting vulnerable people who would like to request a donation to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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