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Kramp donates protective equipment to help fight coronavirus

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News

Date:
5 May 2020

Kramp, a full-service provider of primarily agricultural parts and services, has donated disposable safety gloves and safety goggles to the Red Cross. The donation comes amid continuing high demand for these items among those caring for suspected and confirmed coronavirus patients. Following delivery to the Red Cross’s central warehouse in the Dutch village of Loenen, the protective equipment was transferred to the National Network for Acute Care (LNAZ).

The LNAZ coordinates nationwide projects, supports healthcare networks and advocates for their shared interests. The protective equipment will be distributed throughout the Netherlands, depending on the need and scarcity in different regions.

Kramp has explained the decision to donate the equipment: “We’re doing our bit so that healthcare providers can offer better, safer care. This whole situation affects us all. If there’s something we can do to help, we have to do it.”

About Kramp
Kramp is a full-service provider of parts and components, technical services and business solutions, and a strategic partner to businesses operating in the agricultural, parks and gardens, earth-moving, and OEM industries. This NPM Capital portfolio company’s online store provides dealers with a range of more than 700,000 products, all available for next-day delivery. Kramp operates at 21 locations across 19 countries and employs more than 2,600 people.

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