Interpipe has purchased protection on the reference hospitals of Dnipropetrovsk

Интерпайп закупил средства защиты для опорных больниц Днепропетровщины

The company “Interpipe” has contracted and paid for the personal protective equipment to doctors in the amount of 35.3 million.

About it reported in a press-service of the company.

“We managed to find and order personal protective equipment medical (PPE) purpose thanks to the help of our permanent partner for the supply of workwear companies WORKSTAR. WORKSTAR helped China during the peak period of the epidemic and has maintained good relations with the local pharmaceutical giant – company SINOPHARM, which delivers. In addition, our permanent partner for inspection and certification Bureau Veritas will conduct a free inspection of the cargo in Shanghai. In such critical moments, as now, important support and mutual assistance. The only way we can defeat the epidemic”, – said the Director for procurement and logistics Andrey Bibik.

It is reported that Interpipe company jointly with the regional headquarters of the counter-coronavirus and support hospitals identified the primary need for PPE for medical workers. Already contracted and partly paid for PPE and consumables in the amount of 35.3 million. This amount will be purchased more than 77 thousand medical gloves, to 34.3 thousand suits biological protection, 66 thousand respirators class FFP2, FFP3, 27 thousand medical surgical masks, 23,3 thousand of the insulating robes and 165 kg of chlorine-containing disinfectant.

Personal protective equipment and consumables will be delivered at Dnipro until the end of April.

Previously, the company together with the charity Fund “Revival of region” was transferred to Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and Novomoskovsk more than 45 thousand pairs of medical gloves, 20 thousand medical caps and aprons, 100 thousand pairs of Shoe covers, protective about 200 points, and 35 pumps, 380 spray disinfectants and 1800 units of antiseptic for hands.

As reported, Ukraine as of 6 April 1 319 confirmed cases COVID-19, 38 of them fatal, 28 people recovered.