During the COVID-19 pandemic spread, Brighton Cromwell (BC) has responded to help meet the demands of the changing landscape. Effective immediately, Brighton Cromwell will expand its product offering to include critical Berry Amendment compliant PPE products: face shields, isolation and surgical gowns, and hospital can liners. Engaging with both established partners and new suppliers in an effort to help bring manufacturing back to the US, and help re-shore the defense industrial base, BC found a way to quickly manufacture, procure, and ship PPE vital to Federal, state, and local facilities, including hospitals and clinics.
Brighton Cromwell’s manufacturing capacity and large scale monthly production can now be promoted to Federal customers needing Berry Amendment compliant PPE supplies. BC distributes to Federal, state, and local healthcare providers and facilities, nationally.
“We already had the procurement, manufacturing and distribution knowledge and relationships. COVID-19 created a need for incremental (healthcare-related) supplies, and we can meet some of that increased demand,” said Rob Van Etten, President/CEO. He added, “We are in full swing production on face shields, isolation and surgical gowns, and hospital can liners which we can now offer to our Federal customers, who are having trouble acquiring these supplies, especially U.S.-made supplies.”