COVID-19 Crisis: JK Tyre Come Up With A Hand Sanitizer Brand
Published On 13-May-2020
The product goes by the brand name ''Total Control Hand Sanitizers'' which has been developed at the company's technology centre in Mysuru, Karnataka
JK Tyre & Industries on Wednesday said it has developed a hand sanitizer as part of its efforts to combat coronavirus pandemic in the country.
The product goes by the brand name ''Total Control Hand Sanitizers'' which has been developed at the company's technology centre in Mysuru, Karnataka, it said.
The product has been developed as per the guidelines issued by WHO, and acquired all the necessary approvals and licenses within a record time period of eight days, JK Tyre said.
"The JK Tyre hand sanitizer is our latest contribution towards ongoing relief measures of the government in countering the pandemic," JK Tyre & Industries Chairman and Managing Director Raghupati Singhania said. The company is producing the hand sanitizers at its Kankroli facility in Rajasthan.
JK Tyre has been actively involved in the fight against COVID-19. Earlier, the company provided food supplies to over 10,000 daily earners and migrants in every region, besides organising health camps in 25 villages in the vicinity of its manufacturing facilities across India.
Tyre maker also distributed more than 20,000 hand sanitizers and masks created awareness about safety precautions in more than 150 villages through door-to-door visits, banners and posters.