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Urgent need for any distillery that isn’t producing hand sanitizer and wants to be a part of this important movement and impacting the lives of millions. We are in desperate need of 90%+ pure alcohol based on ethanol or isopropanol, no other contaminants or add-ons (willing to purchase). My company is working on behalf of two of the largest organizations that represent healthcare supply chain workers, of who I have proudly been a part of for 30 years, our people are on the front lines fighting on the phones for gowns, masks and sanitizer and we have found a potential large scale mfg. who is reopening a mfg. line and now we need alcohol. You can help your family members fighting on the front line in the hospital or who may end up in the hospital for care. This could impact the lives of those around you. This could be an immediate revenue stream with the potential for being a long term revenue stream for some. Ok, as I said 90%+ pure alcohol based on ethanol or isopropanol, no other contaminants or add-ons. If interested contact: Michelle Robbins - email@example.com 386.986.0868 Chuck McMaster – Chuck@hccatalystconnections.com 352.396.6684
Hi Everyone! St. George Spirits has excess glass for sale after the completion of a bottling contract. The bottle is from Germany, specifications listed below. Please let me know if you are interested, I can have samples sent. Matura bottle dimensions: Volume: 750mL Height: 345mm Width: 74mm Weight: 750g Color: Flint Mouth: 18.3mm bartop Matura bulk pallet dimensions: Weight: 2016.5 lbs Height: 74.5” Width: 48" Depth: 40" Available: 60,000 units Price: $0.95 per bottle ($1.20 original) Minimum: Three (3) pallets FOB: Alameda, CA Terms: Advance Picture Attached
Hey all, I was doing research on buying some SS tanks and came across this website called www.kinnek.com. You know how it's pretty time consuming and plain annoying to try to get quotes from these equipment suppliers? Well, this website make that a lot easier for me. Basically, you post what you need on there, and suppliers who sell it will get their salespeople to give you quotes right on the website. It was a lot faster than calling these suppliers, and I got enough quotes to really see what the market was like out there. Anyways, thought I'd sure this nugget with the rest of you. Has anyone else used them before? - Russ P.S. forgot to mention that it is free