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Dow to Expand Hand Sanitizer Production at Additional Sites in North America, Europe and Latin America

Summary: 
  • Five Dow sites expected to produce more than 200 metric tons, equivalent to more than 880,000 eight-ounce bottles
  • Product will be donated to local health systems and government agencies
  • Deliveries from additional production expected to begin this week
Press Release
  • Five Dow sites expected to produce more than 200 metric tons, equivalent to more than 880,000 eight-ounce bottles
  • Product will be donated to local health systems and government agencies
  • Deliveries from additional production expected to begin this week

Dow's Industry in the Time of Coronavirus

Amid COVID-19, as industry leaders we must remember our long-term commitments to ALL our stakeholders.
Article

I continue to be inspired by those on the frontline – the first responders, everyone on Team Dow and all our partners – who continue to keep us safe, keep us informed, and keep us moving forward through this COVID-19 crisis. I applaud you.

I also want to share a heartfelt thank you to my colleagues in our industry.

From USA to France and From UK to Mexico, Bacardi Diverts Global Production to Increase Hand Sanitizer Supply for Local Communities

Brands across company’s portfolio including BACARDÍ®, MARTINI®, GREY GOOSE®, BOMBAY SAPPHIRE®, DEWAR’S® and ANGEL’S ENVY® unite to help produce more than 267,000 gallons (1.1 million liters) of hand sanitizers.
Press Release

HAMILTON, Bermuda, March 25, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Family-owned Bacardi has expanded its commitment across countries and brands to help produce more than 267,000 gallons (1.1 million liters) of hand sanitizers, as worldwide demand continues to exceed supply in efforts to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

Employee Wellness in the Open Office: How Layout Trends Affect the Spread of Germs

by Thom Wojtkun, Market Development Director, Office Buildings, GOJO Industries
Blog

Long gone are the Mad Men days when you could retire to a spacious, private office between meetings. The open office trend is here to stay, and for good reason: the layout can foster collaboration, a livelier interchange of ideas and a greater sense of belonging to the team. Surrounded by coworkers, even Don Draper might have spent less time moodily staring out the window.

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