Alliance Rubber Company Announces New Latex Free Rubber Bands
Alliance offers the most popular sizes of rubber bands in a Latex Free alternative.
HOT SPRINGS, AR., October 10, 2007 – Alliance Rubber Company announced that it is helping wage war against Latex Allergy Reactions that are becoming of increasing concern nationwide with their new LATEX FREE product lines. While reactions to latex affect a small percentage of Americans, that percentage appears to be growing at an alarming rate and the results can be lethal.
Schools, medical facilities and business workplace wellness programs have been strong proponents of efforts to better protect children and adults from latex allergy reactions. As a result, Alliance Rubber Company, which has manufactured latex free rubber bands for medical packaging and other custom needs, is making their latex free products more readily available for use by the public.
Latex Free Rubber Bands are now available in the four most popular sizes as well as an assorted size mix offering. Alliance is manufacturing the product using synthetic rubber to replace the natural rubber latex and has opted to color the product bright orange to make it easily identifiable from standard tan color bands. In addition, Alliance states that these bands have a soft stretch that helps prevent CTS (carpal tunnel syndrome) where repetitive banding is required and this, in turn, helps companies reduce expensive workers’ compensation claims.
About Alliance Rubber Company
Since 1923, Alliance Rubber Company has been dedicated to Holding Your World Together. The company has grown into a global leader with over 2,100 skus of mailing, shipping, office and packaging products. Under the current leadership of Bonnie Swayze, president, Alliance continues its long history of innovation. Pioneering the women’s entrance into the boardroom, Bonnie was the first female board member of the Wholesale Stationers Association, and has served on the WBENC board and other HUB organizations.
SOURCE: Alliance Rubber Company