• It partnered with Kwal, DIversey to take the war against coronavirus to the grassroots
Kenya Pipeline Company last week dispatched over 20,000 litres of free hand sanitisers to several counties in northern Kenya to counter the spread of the coronavirus.
Kwal, Diversey EA and KPC are spearheading the national government’s efforts to take the war against coronavirus to the grassroots.
Speaking to journalists after receiving over 40,000 litres of hand sanitisers from Diversey EA, KPC managing director Macharia Irungu thanked Kwal and KRA "for ensuring we have sufficient amounts of ethanol to produce these sanitisers".
In attendance also was KRA chief manager inland container Rosemary Mureithi. The function took place at Polysynthetic Eastern Africa Ltd offices, Nairobi.