As the demand for alcohol has increased dramatically, we are working diligently to source and supply alcohol for our customers’ needs as quickly as possible.
DARIEN, Conn. (PRWEB) July 16, 2020
Our team at Ultra Pure had been working remotely since March 13th and doing a terrific job with the changes and new format of working outside of a regular office environment. Effective June 15th 50% of our staff has returned to the office per State of Connecticut rules and regulations.
While monitoring the State of Connecticut COVID 19 guidelines, it is likely we will be at 50% staff in the office and the balance working remotely for the foreseeable future and switching every week between the 2 groups. We want to provide a safe and healthy location for our staff while they continue to support our customers growing needs for alcohol.
As the demand for alcohol has increased dramatically, we are working diligently to source and supply alcohol for our customers’ needs as quickly as possible. While this has increased lead times for some products, please stay in touch with your sales representative as we increase our supply to fill the new demands from these recent events. With the recent openings of new west coast distribution facilities, we are still able to deliver quickly anywhere in the country.
We are very proud to be a part of the solution in fighting COVID 19 with a substantial part of our ethanol volumes going towards the production of Hand Sanitizer. We look forward to continuing to supply our customers with this critical commodity during and beyond this pandemic.
Niels van der Kloot
President – Ultra Pure
Founded in 2006 Ultra Pure is located in Darien, Connecticut and is the leading supplier of bulk high proof alcohols. Ultra Pure supplies premium quality bulk ethanol & high proof spirits for varying uses and industries. These products include Grain Neutral Spirits, Organic Certified Alcohol, aged Bourbon, Unaged Whiskey, Rum, non-GMO Sugar Cane Alcohol and all specialty denatured Alcohols. Ultra Pure services not only the Industrial and commercial industries but also Food and Beverage.
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