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Preload Your Sales for 2015

They say the early bird gets the worm, and this is much more than a cliche when it comes to your disposable glove sales for the year. In fact, the start of 2015 is the best time to ramp up your sales activity and set a strong pace for the next 365 days. This is

Orange Nitrile: Give Your Sales Team the Best

Orange Nitrile: Give Your Sales Team the Best

Gloveworks Heavy Duty Orange Nitrile Gloves have an aggressive texture for superior grip. While AMMEX Corporation is typically known for black nitrile gloves, we stepped outside of the box to deliver a product most people have not seen before.  Orange Nitrile: Give Your Sales Team the Best! Unique color for high visibility One of the first things

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Lose Weight in the New Year!

This is the year you will keep your promise to lose weight, and this does not refer to shedding a few pounds at the gym. Rather, this is the year glove distributors and end users are learning about the benefits and uses of lightweight disposable gloves. The quest for cost savings Like many innovations, the push

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Give Your Sales Team the Jolt it Needs

Entrepreneur and motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said outstanding companies have a foundation made of outstanding people, and your sales team is no exception to this statement. Of course, you find the most exceptional sales force based on your hiring decisions, but do you ensure those workers continue to be impressive for years to come? Employee

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Beyond Medical Exam Gloves

Did you know workers in the medical and dental industries use an average of 15 pairs of disposable gloves each day which is 3,960 pairs each year? While this number may appear high, it is not that different – or even the highest usage – compared to glove usage in other industries. When people think

Changes: Gloves in the Automotive Industry

Changes: Gloves in the Automotive Industry

Changes: Gloves in the Automotive Industry Not long ago, if you asked automotive technicians about wearing disposable gloves, they probably would’ve laughed. These workers traditionally did not wear gloves, but that practice is going out the window.  In fact, technicians in this industry on average wear 13 pairs of gloves each day – and in some cases up

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Disposable Gloves in the Food Industry

When it comes to disposable glove usage in the food processing and food service industries, the phrase “less is more” finds a home. These industries have the highest glove usage of all sectors – 20 pairs per worker each day on average. However, employees use some of the most affordable glove materials: polyethylene and polyvinyl chloride. Because these

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Disposable Glove Usage: Industrial Safety and Chemical

Did you know the industrial, safety and chemical industries had the highest disposable glove revenue, on par with the medical and dental industry in 2012? Not only was this sector the top contender for industrial markets that year, analysts project it will continue to have the second highest overall revenue by 2022. While industrial safety is a broad area, one need

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Getting Ready for New Prop 65 Requirements

Starting Dec. 20, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), which is part of the California Environmental Protection Agency, will roll out a new labeling requirement for products containing Diisononyl phthalate (DINP). Retailers and distributors in the state of California that sell items that contain this chemical must understand their obligations. This requirement

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Know Your Glove Materials: Part III Vinyl

The second generation of disposable gloves, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), or vinyl, followed latex gloves. As a result of the growing awareness of HIV in the 1980s, the health care industry needed a disposable glove to create a barrier between medical professionals and bloodborne pathogens. This gave rise to latex gloves but due to a number