Hand sanitiser

Case Study: Labelling Hand Sanitiser Containers

Marilyn Briggs News, Products

A long standing customer of Croft Printing recently got in touch with us to help them produce labels for hand sanitiser containers so they could keep pace with the demand following the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The alcohol free antibacterial hand sanitiser is technically approved for free sale throughout the UK NHS and is listed on the NHS Supply Chain Framework.

The company’s range of products includes hand sanitisers, hand washes, a hand lotion and a barrier cream, which have been thoroughly tested and certified by independent laboratories to effectively kill up to 99.9999% of bacteria within 30 seconds of application.  They sell products under their own brand name, which is sold via independent pharmacies and online stockists such as Amazon, and also supply large retailers such as Boots with own label products.

This particular project involved the supply of 5,000 front and 5,000 back labels for 500ml refill containers of hand sanitiser which required a bar code change.

Having discussed the urgency with our client, the order was placed midweek and collected the following Monday due to our flexibility and ability to adjust quickly to provide an emergency response.  This ensured the hand sanitiser could be made available those in most need of anti-bacterial protection.

Commenting, Marilyn Briggs said, “When we work with our customers, there is no standard response. We always work flexibly and as part of their team. We are absolutely committed to supporting our customers meet their production schedules and supplier agreements.”