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Welcome to Drivergent

We have begun to manufacture and produce Drivergent Liquid Hand Sanitizer in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. As our main transportation business has been temporarily shut down due to social-distancing guidelines, we felt compelled to find a way to help those in need.

We’re passionate about helping everyone stay safe and healthy so we can all get through this time of need.

Our Hand Sanitizer

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We take the manufacturing of liquid hand sanitizer just as seriously as the safety of our passengers on our buses. We carefully reviewed the steps needed, obtained the proper permits and registration, received expert advice as we retooled our facility for production, and have taken all the necessary steps to ensure we produce a safe quality product.

As Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is in scarce supply, so are the raw materials needed to produce them. We took great care to source raw materials from vendors right here in Michigan, so we could help our fellow businesses, and to maintain a constant supply chain for uninterrupted production. This process will ensure our products are always in stock!

Learn more details about our company and our liquid hand sanitizer products here at our FAQ page.

Click HERE to learn How To Use our liquid hand sanitizer products.

The Drivergent Difference

In order to get this needed PPE liquid hand sanitizer to as many people as need it, we strive to keep our prices affordable. Our products are priced below any other vendors in the market! We are able to do this by efficient manufacturing and sourcing the right materials.

We are also offering FREE SHIPPING to all locations in Michigan to help our fellow neighbors in the state. In Metro Detroit, our school bus drivers will be providing this free shipping directly so we can keep our staff employed while schools are not open. In addition, we have negotiated reduced shipping rates for all locations throughout North America.

How do you know you’re buying hand sanitizer from the right place?

In order to properly manufacture and sell liquid hand sanitizer, a company must not only follow specific manufacturing practices and guidelines, but also must have specific governmental registrations and permits. Although the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other governmental entities have relaxed some requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to get PPE produced quickly, there are certain actions a manufacturer must still make – that unfortunately sone other companies are not following.

While it is important that businesses and individuals step up during this time of need to help produce needed PPE, there are requirements in place that still must be followed to ensure those that are producing, do so in the proper manner. Producing products that do not meet these standards could potentially do more harm than good, and these requirements are in place to protect consumers.

Hand Sanitizer Production Requirements

  • MUST follow the World Health Organization (WHO) and FDA production guidelines
  • MUST be a registered facility with the FDA
    • Even businesses that are only temporarily producing sanitizer
  • MUST be a registered bottler with the FDA and have their product labels on file
    • Even businesses that are only temporarily producing sanitizer
  • Manufacturers purchasing Denatured Ethyl (Ethanol) Alcohol MUST have a permit from the U.S Department of Treasury – Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB)
  • Business selling a product MUST have a state Sales Tax license.
  • Should follow Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) to ensure safe, consistent and quality production
  • Should have UPC product identification labels if selling in stores

Drivergent Meets All Requirements

  • We follow all WHO and FDA guidelines
  • We are a registered facility and bottler with the FDA
  • We have a denatured alcohol user permit from the TTB
  • We have a sales tax license from the State of Michigan
  • We follow all CGMP best practices
  • Our product labeling has unique UPC codes by product type