India | 29th April 2020: 72 Networks; a PAN India distribution house specializing in last-mile delivery with a special focus on rural areas today announced their new initiative in which they will be reaching out to rural areas across 8 states, covering 207 districts and servicing about 12000 pin codes with deliveries of COVID-19 protection products & kits.

They will be delivering items like PPE Coverall, PPE – Gloves, Googles & Masks, PPE Kit, IR Thermometer, Sanitizer Spray, Anti-fog Face Shield, Biofresh Hand Sanitizer (Bulk 5 Ltr & Retail – 500 ML and 200 ML ) and Microtouch Nitrile Gloves. They already have received orders of 25,000 PPE Kits,  100,000 Bottles of Sanitizers, 800,000 Masks,  10,000 face shields and 200,000 pairs of gloves and are servicing them across states like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, West Bengal,  Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa.

Speaking on the initiative, Mr. Srinivas Lingamuthu, CEO & Co-Founder of 72 Networks stated; “72 Networks has always been dedicated in connecting rural lives with mainstream India and with this initiative as well we are trying that there is no dearth of medical kits in rural areas where mobility is a problem for many”

“Government is also hinting towards relaxation in lockdown especially in rural areas post 3rd May’20 and for the proper implementation of it, heath & protection kits needs to be provided to the health and factory workers in these areas” he further added.

72 networks has tied up with a leading apparel company that provides SITRA and DRDE certified PPE Kits and other respective manufacturers of the Government to get ISO approved 3 PLY Face Masks, n95 Masks, Sanitizers, Disinfectants and Gloves and ensure that highest standard products are delivered to the remotest part of the country.

72 Networks has deployed their entire workforce to meet the health, logistics and sales requirement in these rural areas. They are also actively helping out their major clients with sanitation and disinfection solutions to prepare them for resuming businesses post lock down.

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