Fluid Energy Group and the Government of Canada fight COVID-19

From: Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada

Calgary's Fluid Energy now produces hand sanitizer to help Canada fight COVID-19

Transcription – Fluid Energy Group and the Government of Canada fight COVID-19

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[Clips of a business door sign being flipped from "open" to "closed," people sanitizing common objects and shared spaces, people wearing face masks while working, person using hand sanitizer, sanitizer being produced]

[Text on screen:
#COVID19
#STAYSAFE]

Voiceover: We were all asked to do our part in the fight against COVID-19.

For some of us, that means staying home, while for others, it means continuing to deliver essential services.

[Text on screen: #CDNBUSINESS]

Voiceover: Canadian businesses also answered the call. In fact, more than 6,000 Canadian businesses stepped up to the plate.

[Text on screen: FLUID ENERGY GROUP LTD. (CALGARY, ALBERTA)]

Voiceover: When Canada needed hand sanitizer, we teamed up with Fluid Energy Group, which shifted its production line to help address the shortage.

[Text on screen: PRODUCING MORE THAN 100,000 L OF HAND SANITIZER PER DAY]

Voiceover: By retooling its chemical production plant, Fluid Energy is now producing more than 100,000 litres of sanitizer a day.

[Text on screen: The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry]

Minister Bains: By working with companies like Fluid Energy, we have built enough domestic capacity to meet all of Canada's need for hand sanitizer. Canada, we're in this together and we're stronger together!

[Text on screen:
#WEREINTHISTOGETHER
#STRONGERTOGETHER]

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[Canada wordmark]

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