Milton Keynes manufacturing company helping to battle Coronavirus worldwideStuart | YLF
PPS is a leading UK manufacturer of decontamination equipment and personal protective equipment. We specialise in providing complete solution packages to a wide variety of hazard-prone industries.
Milton Keynes based manufacturing company PPS has been distributing protection suits, shelters and masks worldwide to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
PPS has also been distributing its isolation capsules to contain the disease and stop it from spreading if a patient has already contracted it.
PPS’ products, manufactured in Tilbrook in Milton Keynes, have been in extremely high demand since the coronavirus outbreak started in December 2019.
Since the infection began to spread PPS has had huge orders from all over the world for our high-calibre personal protection equipment.
With coronavirus showing no signs of slowing down the demand for products is only increasing – taking PPS’ suits, shelters, masks and isolation capsules around the world.
Pam Parker, Managing Director of PPS, said;
“We’re determined to do our bit to help stop the spread of coronavirus around the world.
“Over the last few weeks, we’ve been working round the clock to distribute our products worldwide… all from our factory in Milton Keynes.
“Since the coronavirus outbreak, the demand for our products has been huge.
“We’re in the process of delivering our isolation chambers, personal protection suits, shelters and masks to;
Chile, China, Germany, India, Italy, Panama, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, and the UK.
“We’re very proud of our work – our products have proved to be critical to several countries over the last few weeks – we’re really pleased to see them being put to such good use.
“Our staff have been nothing short of phenomenal – we’re incredibly grateful to them all for the effort they’ve put in recently – not just as employees, but as people.
“We’re in the privileged position of being able to help people in a time of crisis – which is something they’ve really grasped – I can’t thank them enough.