The company says that it has also started production of one million bottles of hand sanitiser a month at its Lavera, France site.
The company says that it has also started production of one million bottles of hand sanitiser a month at its Lavera, France site.

Chemicals company INEOS plans to build its fourth hand sanitiser plant within the next ten days in Etain, North East France.

The company says that it has also started production of one million bottles of hand sanitiser a month at its Lavera, France site to serve hospitals in Paris, North Eastern France and Belgium.

‘Now that production of the INEOS hand sanitiser has started, we are working on the fastest way to get them to where they need to be,’ said Sir Jim Ratcliffe, founder and chairman of INEOS. ‘I am confident that within a few days our sanitiser will start to be seen in hospitals, surgeries and people’s homes.’

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