Delivering comfort and protection
New York City, New York Apr 12, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - New York, NY. Traction & Scale LLC's TS Health division announced the coming of its new brand, KRS. KRS is a brand of personal protective equipment dedicated to delivering comfort and protection. The first KRS is chemo-rated Nitrile gloves. KRS has partnered with a leading 510k factory to produce high-quality comfortable gloves.
KRS products are based around the KRS Comfort System, where KRS works with factories to design extremely comfortable products to meet specific end-user needs.
"We believe the need for PPE is here to stay and that users are demanding more comfortable products. We partnered with leading factories to work with them on our line of comfortable protective products." Says KRS co-founder Richie Hecker.
Traction & Scale has been delivering PPE through its TS Health division for over a year and has delivered to NYC Government, Canadian Government, Washington State government, Carnegie Melon University, and many others.
"As a dentist in New York City, I have one of the highest exposure and most daunting jobs standing on my feet in front of patients each day. For months, I looked for comfortable gear and then decided to do it myself". Says co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Kit Wong.
KRS plans to follow up with the official launch of its product in the future.
About KRS. KRS is a brand of personal protective equipment dedicated to comfort and protection. KRS manufactures products in partnership with leading factories and selects the most comfortable products and materials that meet its quality standards. KRS is founded by Dr. Kit Wong and Traction & Scale LLC.
About Traction & Scale LLC. Traction & Scale operates supply chain businesses and a remote staffing firm. Through its TS Health division, Traction & Scale has delivered millions of pieces of PPE to front-line workers.
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