FRIST EXPORT LEAVES FOR QATAR
LetSanify, based in Tipton, has sent its first consignment of eco-friendly disinfectants and cleaning products to Qatar, where they will be sold into the Lulu group of supermarkets that has more than 230 outlets across the middle east.
Proven to kill 99.9 per cent of bacteria and viruses, including Covid-19, E-COLI, MERS and SARS, the product is made entirely from natural products, salt and highly filtered water. They contain no alcohol or chemicals and are non-hazardous.
Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, visited the factory to see off the first batch to Qatar.
LetSanify is leading the ‘green revolution’ acclaimed by the mayor, as the world increasingly turns its focus to sustainability.
After seeing the product Andy commented: “this is remarkable.”
The disinfectants and cleaners are entirely safe and can even be sprayed onto food. They are 100 per cent sustainable, organic, cruelty free, and halal compliant and require no PPE to be worn while being used.
HOCL is naturally produced in the body to fight pathogens and was first discovered in the 19th century.
But it was not stable enough to be viable for commercial manufacture. However, experts at LetSanify have refined the process so that it now has a shelf life of at least two years.
“We have something that can be a game changer in fighting bugs, whilst at the same time having no environmental downsides,” said Mahmudur Jaigirdar, who founded the business.
“The order from Qatar is the first time the disinfectants and cleaners have been exported, so it’s a big step for the business.”
Customers in the UK include the NHS, a contractor for Transport for London, hotels, schools, and event organisers.
LetSanify has been visited by buyers from China and it is hoped an order will be placed in 2023. There has also been interest from Ecuador in South America.