Multi-Color Corp. Contributes Hand Sanitizer Labels to Anheuser-Busch
Keeping with the long-established tradition of Anheuser-Busch (AB) stepping up as a responsible corporate citizen in times of need, AB has shifted the use of alcohol for beer to produce hand sanitizer. With the continued strain on resources caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this important item is an effective tool in limiting the spread of infectious disease.
Two versions of this product have been produced and three additional versions are being prepared. Presently, approximately 2,000 units have been produced for internal use at AB production facilities and more than 250 times as much has been donated to the Red Cross and other non-profit partners for distribution where it’s needed most. In addition, another 133,000 units are being produced in April for distribution to communities and internal use at AB facilities.
MCC, a long-time supplier for AB, rose to the challenge by supplying the initial requirement within 72 hours of notice. The AB team shared their goal for delivery and MCC accommodated with the printing taking place in our Wilton, NH and Mason, OH facilities. The hand sanitizer being produced exceeds the requirement as outlined by the CDC.
This humanitarian effort shows how great partnerships can react quickly to help during a crisis.
“We have a long history of supporting our communities and employees – this time is no different.”
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