Last updateTue, 14 Jul 2020 9pm

Better protection for employees and customers: FLYERALARM switches production to mouth and nose covers

Whether disaster control, station mission or police - there are many helpers in the current crisis. FLYERALARM stands by them as a strong partner and supports them with relevant products in their daily work for the community. In recent weeks, the e-commerce company therefore handed over numerous mouth-nose covers, disinfectant gels and water bottles to various institutions in Bavaria.

The past weeks have shown what really matters in a community: fast and uncomplicated support where it is needed. During this time FLYERALARM was able to be a strong partner for all helpers in the crisis and support them with necessary products. "As a successful company it is important for us to give something back to society. Therefore we have handed over countless packages filled with water bottles or disinfectants to various institutions in the past weeks", says Pascal Ritter, Head of Give Aways at FLYERALARM. "In addition, thanks to our network of suppliers, we have also been able to hand over well over 5,000 mouth and nose covers and FFP2 masks to various public institutions in Bavaria".
In this connection, the senior citizens' home Ehehaushaus/St. Nikolaus in Würzburg, which is particularly badly affected by the so-called corona virus, received 1,000 disinfection bottles and 1,000 respiratory masks (type FFP2). A total of 1,000 disinfectant bottles, over 3,000 bottles of water and 2,000 mouth-nose covers (type IIR) were handed over to the Police Union (GdP) Lower Franconia and the German Police Union (DPolG) Lower Franconia, which are provided to the officers for their daily work. The e-commerce company also supported the Veitshöchheim Volunteer Fire Brigade by donating FFP2 masks. "There is one thing that counts most in our support: fast help where it is most needed. We are therefore particularly pleased to be able to work with our business partner FC Bayern Basketball to donate 2,000 mouth-nose protection masks to the Munich Station Mission so that they can continue their work for the people," explains Pascal Ritter.


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