NEWS: Two OC Companies Partner and Pivot to Address the COVID-19 Pandemic. Biogennix and SafeRacks Join Forces to Make Hand Sanitizer

The “partner-and-pivot.” It’s not a new dance step. It’s what two OC companies have done to help during the pandemic. One is Biogennix, an osteo-biologics startup, which typically manufactures bone graft products. The other is SafeRacks, which typically makes overhead garage storage racks. 

They’ve partnered to develop a line of clinical-strength hand sanitizer in an effort to combat the coronavirus.

Biogennix, a startup with HQ in Irvine, has teamed with SafeRacks, to make a sprayable, quick-drying sanitizer, that contains 80% ethanol alcohol, the formulation recommended by the World Health Organization.

The hand sanitizer is fully manufactured in the U.S. and ships from Biogennix’s facility in Irvine. The product is available for national distribution through both company’s websites.

Biogennix also continues to supply its existing products to customers, including its newly FDA-approved Agilon moldable bone grafting product. See related article here.

Both SafeRacks and Biogennix are veteran-owned businesses.

About The Author

Deirdre Newman is a long-time journalist, who's covered OC startups for a few years.

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