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Victory Innovations (“Victory“) has passed its acquisition of Eco Statics Global Limited (“Eco Statics”) as a component of a strategic growth phase to extend the organization’s international presence.
The aviation industry drastically changed its cleaning practices when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Carlyle Group Inc will acquire a majority stake in sanitizing machine maker Victory Innovations, the private equity firm said on Wednesday, betting that cleanliness will remain a top priority long after a COVID-19 vaccine is available.
Hotels strive to find new ways to guarantee bedrooms are Covid-free
Berkeley County School District is equipping bus drivers with special sprayers to sanitize the school buses between morning and afternoon routes.
Companies are rolling out new machines to help fight against the spread of the coronavirus.
America’s battle against the novel coronavirus is driving demand for everything from hand sanitizer and masks to thermometer guns and plexiglass.
(Victory Innovations) shipments have surged 10-fold since the start of the pandemic, to about 100,000 units a month, according to the company, based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
Victory Innovations co-founder and CEO Chris Gurreri discusses how his company’s sanitation products can help airlines, casinos and other industries resume normal operations.
Opening for business, doesn’t mean business as usual.
It’s something we look forward to all year: summer vacation. This time-honored tradition is an opportunity to get away from the stress of our daily lives and see new places, dip our toes in cool waters, or simply tune out the rest of the world for a few days.
“Bats get into people’s attics. Raccoons get into people’s attics. And we go in and sanitize that. So my thought process was, ‘What if we just took that…and we were able to do something for COVID-19?’”
A Hudson company, Victory Innovations, is scrambling to meet demand after a video featuring their product, an electrostatic sprayer that is used to disinfect, went viral and stoked curiosity about the product.
Local disinfectant product in high demand