Energy chemicals supplier pivots operation to meet sanitizer demandPublished: Friday, May 15, 2020 By: Jack Money Source: NewsOK
Big problems aren’t insurmountable.
One Oklahoma City-based oil-field chemicals supplier on the verge of shutting its doors proved that in a big way by pivoting operations to begin producing an isopropyl alcohol-based sanitizing product that can be used on both surfaces and hands.
Okie Clean is the new subsidiary of the nearly decade-old Horizon Energy Partners.
Okie Clean began sending its sanitizing products, packaged in a variety of sizes starting with an 8 oz. bottle sold for $5.99, out the door to individual customers through curbside sales conducted at its business at 7501 N Classen Blvd. earlier this month.
It added its product to a list of Oklahoma-based manufacturers as a source of personal protective equipment and supplies created by local and state officials, and is working to get its product on the shelves of several local vendors.
Read the story on NewsOK.com.