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Poeton donates thousands of PPE items to NHS

Posted 27 April 2020 · Add Comment

Gloucester based Poeton Industries have donated a large quantity of PPE to a local hospital to aid their fight against the coronavirus.


Courtesy Poeton


The surface treatment company, who have also been working with customers in the production of medical ventilators, have donated around 11,000 gloves after Gloucester Royal Hospital put out an appeal. The items have been sourced from the company’s laboratories and metal treatment lines at their Gloucester facility.

Poeton Managing Director, Darren Burge, commented: “We are delighted to be able to directly support two local organisations who are working tirelessly to treat people affected by the current crisis.

"We are extremely proud of the work our NHS and frontline staff are doing and hope that this gesture can go a long way in supporting them.”
 

 

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