CassarCamilleri donates 6,700 hand sanitisers to health authorities

Rene Rossignaud

Tista' taqra bil- Malti.

At a time when personal sanitation has become ever more important CassarCamilleri has taken on to help in the shortage of hand sanitiser and adapted its manufacturing plant in order to produce this product to assist the local health authorities.

Malta has found itself with a shortage of hand sanitisers coupled with a high demand from the general public. CassarCamilleri Lt, mostly more known for its production of Fontana Water, Coolee Squashes and local liqueurs such as Black Eagle Anisette and Zeppi’s, made a quick decision to adapt its production centre into producing a product it would not normally have considered.

CassarCamilleri will be donating 6,700 bottles of hand sanitiser called Sanitan to the local health authorities to help keep combating the current pandemic we are facing.

“I would also like to take the opportunity to thank the health authorities for all the hard work they do in dealing with the COVID-19,” said Jeremy Cassar, CEO of CassarCamilleri, who also emphasised the need for people to stay safe at home and to take the safety precautions recommended by the authorities.

Minister Edward Scicluna recently visited the Cassarcamilleri PET bottling facility in San Gwann.

Rene Rossignaud

For more information, you may contact CassarCamilleri on tel. no: 2366 2543 or

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