The premium Principle range compliments the company's existing range of cleanroom essentials
The decision to launch a new brand originates in the company’s desire to promote a positive impact socially, environmentally and economically throughout its global operation. With manufacturing plants in South East Asia, the primary driver was being able to ensure that the welfare and basic rights of workers are properly audited and maintained.
CEO, John Hensley, said: ‘As a customer focused business our priority is to deliver quality product. Global supply chain issues as a result of the pandemic have seen long delays and stock shortages worldwide with businesses forced to buy stock from wherever they can. For our customers and ourselves, being able to deal direct with an verified manufacturer where we can be sure of quality, transparency and where the welfare and rights of workers are protected and monitored is key.’
‘We have invested heavily in both raw materials and automation in order to alleviate the extended lead times that many of our competitors have seen across the industry. In addition, by developing the Principle range we are able to consolidate stock and reduce carbon miles for our products, which are otherwise hidden when using a third party.’
UK based Integrity Cleanroom offers a large range of cleanroom consumables developed to meet the most stringent ISO Cleanroom requirements for the medical, electronics, aerospace, automotive, pharmaceutical and defence industries. Principle will launch with a range of ISO 5/class100 gloves with coveralls and disinfectants being added in the next few months.
The Principle range of Class 100 gloves is already available and includes sterile latex, sterile nitrile and non-sterile nitrile.