Gripple campaign helps healthcare charities

Wire joining device and suspension system manufacturer Gripple has pledged at least £10,000 to healthcare charities with a new fundraising initiative.

The announcement forms part of Gripple’s campaign to ‘Get Back on Track’ supporting businesses in the construction and agriculture industries to restore momentum following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Sheffield-based manufacturer said it expects customers to save 460,000 hours over the next two months using its products in comparison with traditional threaded rod methods.

Gripple has set itself a further challenge to increase its £10,000 contribution by donating 5p for every additional hour saved on-site during the campaign.

Ed Stubbs, managing director of Gripple, pictured, said: “Following the recent challenges felt globally amongst our customers, we wanted to throw our support behind their projects and help them get back on track with Gripple products, specifically designed to save time.”

Gripple has bases in the UK, USA, Canada, Europe and India and will be extending the scheme to healthcare charities near each of its locations.

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