MONAT Global Shifts Production to Produce Hand Sanitizer at Miami, Florida, Center
According to company officials, “the company will give away 240,000 2-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer to government entities, non-profit organizations and customers across North America.”
“In a time when so many things seem out of our control, many companies and individuals are looking for ways to help,” said Ray Urdaneta, Co-Founder and CEO, MONAT Global. “By pivoting our production during this unprecedented circumstance, we are able to help tackle the broad shortages in hand sanitizer, empower our customers to protect themselves, and limit the spread of the virus.”
MONAT’s hand sanitizer production will benefit the following customers and organizations: 200,000 bottles will go to MONAT customers. Beginning immediately, every customer order will include a complimentary hand sanitizer.
20,000 bottles, plus an additional 500 gallons, will be donated to the Florida Division of Emergency Management, supporting its critically low supply of essential items and helping to fill the needs of Florida’s hospitals and emergency care services.
20,000 bottles will be donated to non-profit organizations across North America including The Salvation Army Florida, Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami, Chapman Partnership for the Homeless, Broward Partnership for the Homeless, the Dream Center of Tampa, Big Brothers Big Sisters Toronto and Salvation Army Toronto , among others.
MONAT Global is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alcora Corporation, whose holdings include Project Beauty, an online retail beauty company, and B&R Products, Inc., their research, development and manufacturing Laboratory subsidiary. All three companies are headquartered in and around Miami.
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