We are delighted to announce the launch of a new medical supplies company, Humanitas Global Logistics, founded by Stafford Carrington and Rob Dhillion.
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the world in ways that no one could have ever imagined and throughout the crisis, there has been a severe lack of medical supplies. Governments around the globe pleaded for a national effort to help combat coronavirus. Humanitas was birthed from philanthropist and entrepreneur, Stafford Carrington’s passion for helping improve people’s quality of life and providing opportunities for a better future. With his wealth of knowledge and business contacts in the industry, he started the company with Rob Dhillion to provide high quality innovative medical devices and safety products to those that needed it most, with a focus on helping individuals in developing countries as a priority.
Stafford works tirelessly to source quality products from reputable suppliers and established reliable distribution channels to ensure clients received supplies quickly and efficiently. He noticed the lack of PPE was one of the reasons for the death rates were climbing daily, so he begun sourcing and donating product to healthcare workers in Africa before getting the business off the ground.
Humanitas Global Logistics offers 360-degree pandemic solutions from consultancy to testing kits and is committed to help stop the spread of the virus. They aim to shape a better world for future generations. The business can provide all your FDA approved safety essentials such as gloves, masks and hand sanitisers. Humanitas also offer testing equipment, ventilators and Covid-19 tests.
The company prides itself on offering a seamless service to all clients, from the initial consultation to processing orders. They strive to continue to deliver supplies that can help protect humanity. Stafford has always been passionate about giving back to communities and helping people enjoy the fundamentals of life: good health, affordable housing and personal safety. He has led many fundraising events, built schools in Jamaica, and invested in an Orphanage in Uganda. One of our business values is to help create positive change, which is why we have pledged to donate 10% of our profits to charities helping rebuild peoples’ livelihood for the rest of 2020.
As restrictions and lockdowns are eased and many non-essential businesses prepare to open – Humanitas’ services have never been more important. They are doing their part to help keep workers safe and protected as countries, all over the world, begin rebuilding their economies.
Humanitas has built their business around establishing an on-going, transparent relationship with clients, suppliers and delivery services to ensure long-term partnerships. The business is growing rapidly and our team has grown from 2 members to 43 members to make sure they are able to give our clients the service, care and time they deserve. This is only the beginning and they plan to continue to fulfil client’s needs and ensure we are constantly sourcing relevant products from reputable suppliers now and for the future.
Founder and CEO, Stafford Carrington commented:
“Our goal has always been to make sure we give the people who need the resources easy access to the products that can save lives at a fair price. Everything for Covid-19 disease control all in one place. However, we are building a business that’s not just here for the pandemic but for years to come. We plan to continue to constantly stay ahead of the market trends to meet our clients’ demands. We are planning to build production factories and tracking watches to detect viruses in the future.”
For further information, please contact: Bridget Cunningham
This post has been sponsored by Humanitas
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