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Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
As the authorities are turning every stone to control the pandemic of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country to protect the residents, the global manufacturing companies are also doing their jobs in a grand way.
In this regard, one such firm, Just Right, delivering manufacturing solutions across business verticals has recently expanded its offering by speeding up its product development and rolling out one of the region’s first anti-bacterial barrier for use across public places. This made in UAE solution, in the form of acrylic sheets and named right SHEET AM, is a unique compound formulated to make the non-porous surface which acts as a protective shield to protect surfaces and prevent infections from spreading.
Headquartered in JAFZA since the past 20 years, Just Right has launched these green sheets just as public and private entities look for protective measures to curtail the spread of the fast spreading virus. The product has been conceptualized and introduced as self- standing, easy to erect on countertops, in addition to customization possibilities to suit specific applications.
Nilesh Jain, Founder of Just Right FZCO commenting on the foray of the solution said: “Given the current global health emergency; both local and global authorities are doing their outright best to control the situation. We decided to act quickly to introduce a solution to suit present requirements. With a sizeable number of communities where people are vulnerable and could be exposed to infections, the installation of these acrylic shields could play a key role in refraining the virus from spreading. The solution provides long term protection.”
“At Just Right, we are committed to support communities and this real-time launch with a no profit philosophy for the solution reaffirms our promise. While it’s not always easy to see day-to-day results of manufacturing engaged in chemical business in daily life, it’s often the simplest things that make a significant impact least where we notice. As we make these protective acrylic sheets available, we continue to serve and support the nation as our core duty to bring about effective solutions now and for the future,” concluded Jain.
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