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Suppliers needing ingredients

This page contains details of distillers who are in need of additional ingredients in order to manufacture hand sanitiser.

Distillers are keen to provide supplies of hand sanitiser or bulk ethanol to organisations where needed and where possible: this page lists companies who require additional ingredients (hydrogen peroxide, glycerol, etc), materials or distribution to manufacture and supply hand sanitiser. A number of these companies are already producing hand sanitiser but will require additional ingredients or materials in due course.

Please contact them if you or your organisation can supply the items listed.

If you would like to be listed here, please complete our online portal.

Company Site Location Ingredients Needed Contact Information
Scaled Solutions Ltd Livingston Ethanol

Email: neilgoodwin00@gmail.com

Spanjer Chemicals Ltd Wigan Ethanol

Email: Glen@spanjer.co.uk

Summerhall Distillery Ltd Edinburgh Hydrogen peroxide
Glycerin / glycerol

Email: sanitiser@summerhalldistillery.com

The Staffordshire Gin Company LTD Newcastle-under-Lyme Containers (1l and 5l)

Email: team@staffordshiregin.co.uk

These pages are populated on an ongoing basis, and we will endeavour to keep them as up-to-date as possible. If you require assistance or have any questions regarding the details above, please contact info@swa.org.uk.

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Companies who can supply hand sanitiser or ethanol
Companies who can supply materials or distribution
Organisations in need of hand sanitiser or ethanol

It is the responsibility of those producing hand sanitiser products to ensure it is safe and effective to use and that all other regulatory requirements have been met before supplying it for public use. World Health Organisation formulation 1 for hand rub requires the final product to have a final ethanol concentration of 80%; other specifications may have different final concentration levels.

The Scotch Whisky Association ("SWA") is publishing this information in response to the present Covid-19 crisis, in order to facilitate and speed up contact between different parts of the supply chain. However, the SWA will not be a party to any agreement arising from these contacts and accepts no liability for anything done or not done pursuant to any such agreement. The commercial terms of any arrangement must be agreed independently between the relevant parties, who should be mindful of applicable competition law rules.