America’s leading adult distributor, Nalpac (www.nalpac.com), is now open and shipping vital PPE to customers including masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer all made in the USA.
Starting today, due to the recent change of the Michigan “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order, the Nalpac warehouse is now able to open and return to shipping orders. Nalpac has added the following PPE to their inventory; they are immediately available while supplies last and as they become available. Unisex Face Masks (9013), face masks help reduce facial touching. These masks are Washable and reusable. One size fits most, Z FEEL™ weightless technology for all-day comfort and support. Nalpac is also shipping Hand Sanitizer 2-Liter (9020), This Hand Sanitizer is 80% ABV, Alcohol-based. Ingredients include ethanol, glycerin, and hydrogen peroxide.
Nalpac is offering two types of gloves in multiple sizes. Vinyl Gloves (9015, 9016, 9018, 9019), which are Powder-free, Latex-free, available in 100ct boxes in sizes small, medium, large, and extra-large. Nalpac is also shipping Nitrile Gloves (9014), which are also Powder-free and Latex-free. The Nitrile Gloves are available in 100ct boxes in size large.
“Our main priority is the health of our employees and customers while continuing uninterrupted operations during this time to protect our businesses. We are now open and ready to support our customers or any business as needed. We have been working tirelessly to secure as much PPE as we can,” said Steve Craig, CEO.
Earlier this month, Steve Craig was included in a Washington Post article about the rush to secure desperately needed PPE supplies for the state of Michigan. Craig worked closely with the Governor and other state leaders to source supplies from Chinese manufacturers.
Nalpac customers with questions about any of the PPE items can contact their Nalpac sales representative. New prospective Nalpac customers can email email@example.com to get an account set up. To sign up for the Nalpac email newsletter and take advantage of significant savings, special promotions, and online education tools, please visit Nalpac’s blog at www.nalpac.us.