MOL producing sanitizer products to fight coronavirus
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL is now producing hand and face sanitizer to help boost supply as the country continues to battle the coronavirus outbreak, according to the state wire service MTI. The company is making 50,000 liters of sanitizer a day at its MOL Lub unit in Almásfüzitő. The first batches of the sanitizer are being delivered to hospitals, waste managers, public utilities and municipalities. MOL is aiming to start retail sales soon. The company is also making sanitizer products at its factories in Slovakia and Croatia, according to news reports.