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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)Market

In 2019, the personal protective equipment market size exceeded fifty billion US dollars. This size might approximately exceed above seven per cent CAGR between 2019 to 2026. During the focus period, industry growth will be fostered by strict rules for promoting safety and health measures at the workplaces—PPE aids in protecting human beings against injuries…

Disposable Masks, Covid-19 & Animals

The RSPCA has issued a reminder that straps should be cut off disposable face masks before they are thrown away. Face masks have become a normal part of everyday life, but they can be dangerous for animals. Hundreds of animals needed to be rescued during lockdown after becoming caught in used masks. This had led…

Business Supply Chain Risk

In the current multi-tier supply chains, production techniques and sourcing wants are in most cases spread out across several suppliers. These suppliers operate in more than one country, and at stable and transparent costs to maximize financial efficiency. The Covid 19 market volatility and the sweeping regulatory changes have driven most organizations towards re-evaluating their…

The Difference between Coronavirus, Colds And Flu

As winter approaches, most people are likely to start coughing and sniffling often. Since coronavirus struck the world, we became more attentive to our health than before, and medics have declared that distinguishing Covid-19 and cold can be somewhat difficult. Since anyone can contract the coronavirus, with the aged and those with existing health issues…

Checklist For PPE Certificate

Regulations for certified supplies follow a specific checklist. This checklist governs PPE certificates. PPE stands for Personal Protective Equipment. This is a legal way to certify documents. Many countries use PPE as a standard for equipment, especially during these times. Officials have tried their best to limit fraudulent behaviour of placing falsified PPE certificates on…

UK Government Announces £155m Tax Break On PPE

The government of the United Kingdom has extended temporary tax relief to the public, to the tune of 155 pounds. This comes as an urgent response to the coronavirus pandemic which has crippled the economy at a global level. Following the latest reports, an estimated 43,995 citizens have died from it, with another 283,757 having…

Corona Virus 2nd wave

Health experts in the UK anticipate a second wave of the coronavirus to hit in July, leaving them wondering if the UK is truly prepared for the virus that has already claimed the lives of more than 43,500 residents. On 23 June 2020, Boris Johnson announced a three-phase plan for easing lockdown restrictions. Within a…

Nitrile Gloves

Although China is planning to expand its production of nitrile gloves in the coming three years, this is not a direct cause of concern for Malaysia’s rubber glove industry. The reason for this is that Malaysia enjoys several advantages over China, including improved production quality, cheaper overall cost, and more advanced technology. Furthermore, prices of…

Faulty Antibody Tests Cause Serious Concerns

Ever since the Coronavirus has taken the world by storm several people have got sick. Some people have become very sick due to this virus. Unfortunately, some have even lost their life. During these difficult times, criminals have found a way to create a black market for false paperwork and faulty products. These fraudulent acts…