The hand-washing stations are at construction sites, grocery stores and homeless shelters. This focus on sanitation is now keeping this company afloat.
MUKILTEO, Wash. — Many businesses have had to close their doors amid the coronavirus crisis, but one Mukilteo contractor has come up with a way to save jobs.
When its business was pretty much at a standstill, UMC Inc. shifted focus in order to keep people employed.
“We went from a napkin sketch to here we are, you know, two months later, with several different variations and almost 200 sinks sold,” said Jerry Bush, CEO of UMC Inc.
The company has pivoted its business model, building mobile hand-washing stations for construction sites, healthcare facilities, homeless shelters