Published by, John Distilleries, India on Apr 01 2020.
India’s leading alco-bev establishment - John Distilleries Pvt Ltd announces the production of hand sanitizers at its distilleries in Bangalore, Davanagere and Goa. These supplies will be donated to healthcare institutions in India to help overcome the shortage of hand sanitisers due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
John Distilleries is joining hands with the Government to combat the shortage of hand sanitizers by using the extra neutral alcohol (ENA) at its facilities to manufacture Alcohol Based sanitizers.
‘The demand for sanitisers especially in healthcare institutions is growing rapidly, and we would like to provide our facilities and services to assist the Government in overcoming this short supply. During these critical times, we believe it is our duty to do what we can to help authorities fight this pandemic successfully,’ said Paul P John, Chairman- John Distilleries Pvt. Ltd.
While John Distilleries is taking on this social responsibility in India, The Sazerac Company, North America’s largest producer of distilled spirits and investor in John Distilleries, is taking on massive production of hand sanitisers to combat demand across America.
John Distilleries still recommends that washing your hands exhaustively with soap and water is the best way to clean hands. Hand sanitizers are suitable in the absence of water.
About John Distilleries
Established in 1996, John Distilleries grew to be a leading spirit company in less than a decade, not just in India but across the globe. With a dedicated team of nearly 2000 employees working across 10 manufacturing units spread over 7 states across India, John Distilleries has a strong portfolio of brands in various liquor categories including the globally renowned Paul John Single Malts.
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