Ames Goldsmith Corp. manufactures silver salt, silver and copper flakes and powders. The type of material used in mobile phones and healthcare technology. However, this week, the company announced that it has launched a third resource, a hand sanitizer.
Distribution began this week with an Open Door Mission from Glens Falls Hospital and the company’s Harrison Avenue facility. This is due to the permission granted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the manufacturer. Unauthorized temporary licensing for making hand disinfectants to help combat deficiencies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our community has needs. We have the abilities and abilities. It was a simple decision.
Starting in 1860, he founded a company that was part of the local community and said, Ames said
Goldsmith President and CEO Frank Barber in a press release on Thursday.
The disinfectant is mixed in the replacement process tank using the technology already used by the plant. The normal production of normal materials does not change. The disinfectant is transferred from 200 batches to 1 batch in gallon bottles.
Ames Goldsmith has been a close friend of Glens Falls Hospital for many years,
The generosity is going further, said Cindy Sherwood, vice president of development.
Glens Falls Hospital. “They are doing their best to make this disinfectant for no real reason.
Everything else is good for our community. Thanks to the patients and everyone.
Here at GFH.
The hospital recently discontinued coronavirus testing due to a supply shortage.
He is very attentive, and Ames Goldsmith, the neighbor here in District 1, has taken a step forward.
And help non-profit organizations at the forefront of this battle protect our community.
Said Kim Cook, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Open Door Mission. We do everything we can to keep the shelter residents and staff safe. This disinfectant is welcome. The virus cannot pass through the door.
Mission operates a food bank and homeless shelter on Warren Street in Glens Falls.
New York plant manager Mike Fossier first came up with the idea and led the production with Mike Harman, the company’s Vice President of Global Quality Systems. Forcier is also the co-owner of Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery in Queensbury and also produces disinfectants.
Ames Goldsmith also has plants in New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia, England, Scotland, Taiwan and Japan.