Halosil ramps up disinfection product production for China coronavirus outbreak

Feb. 26, 2020

Halosil International, Inc. has increased production of its Halo Disinfection System as the company rapidly responds to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Shipments of the company’s Halo Disinfection Systems, which is registered both in the U.S. (EPA Reg. No. 84526-6) and by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), are being sent to China weekly in order to meet the country’s immediate demand to kill novel coronavirus pathogens in healthcare facilities.

Halosil is enabled to quickly and effectively deliver its proprietary HaloMist solution across mainland China due to the company’s longstanding partnership with ShanNuoshi Trading Co. Ltd in Beijing. This partnership provides Halosil a vast and established network of technicians, sales team members, and regulators in China who are familiar with the product—along with an already-available library of translated instructional and informational materials. This partnership also helps Halosil to leverage established channels to more quickly connect facilities with the critical healthcare-strength disinfectant they require to fight COVID-19.

“For over six years, we’ve worked with Halosil to achieve the highest standard in whole room disinfection,” said Mrs. Zhangli, CEO of ShanNuoshi Trading Co. Ltd. “Today as we work to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, our longstanding partnership has proven critical as Halosil works tirelessly with our team to deliver Halo Disinfection Systems to newly built and existing healthcare facilities.”

The Halo Disinfection System is produced in the U.S. and upholds stringent U.S. standards for quality and efficacy. In addition, by producing its products in the U.S., Halosil has avoided the production delays that are occurring across China as factories remain closed due to the virus.

“In response to the coronavirus’ rapid appearance and spread, we’ve added additional shifts at our production facilities in order to increase output to meet the world’s immediate needs,” said Chris Ungermann, Chief Executive Officer of Halosil International, Inc. “In addition to China, we have existing partner networks in Japan, Philippines, South Korea, and Vietnam—which have been hotbeds of activity outside of China—as well as other nations across Asia and around the world. As the coronavirus continues to spread, we are prepared to serve as the world’s steadfast solution for whole room disinfection, wherever outbreaks may arise.”

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