We worked with a network of social enterprises and communities committed to the production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) using innovative 3D printing technology with a minimal carbon footprint. Currently, one of our partners is a Manchester-based company, Abstruse Ltd, which is producing biostatic coverings for door handles, and any other kind of handle where community spread of viruses and bacteria is possible.
PBB are introducing the Touchpoint product to our netwoks within the education sector globally. Including universities, local authorities, academy chains and through our business network.
Projects Beyond Borders signed an official agreement to represent Abtruse with a focus on helping to launch the Touchpoint product into educational establishments and boost the sales of this unique product.