We could give you hundreds of reasons why we aren’t ordinary, but we’ll keep this story short and straightforward – just like our supply chain.
We know that COVID-19 caused skyrocketing demand for PPE and sent supply chains crashing. We all heard the desperate pleas from nurses and frontline workers for more quality gloves, and the devastating exposure of unethical manufacturing.
We decided to do something about it.
The No Ordinary team saw an extraordinary opportunity to leverage our global networks to provide a secure, transparent, and risk-free supply of quality protection equipment.
So, in 2020 No Ordinary was born.
Since then, we have grown to be a global company, and in doing so, we’ve been able to protect and supply gloves to millions of everyday heroes.
This is only the first chapter of No Ordinary story.
Thanks from No Ordinary team.
These gloves exceeded our DC Spec and will be a welcomed addition to our inventory. Please consider this model and spec for any future FRO glove orders. Excellent quality.
Our operation knows no boundaries – we guarantee a secure, fully compliant supply, with appropriate packaging for your territories. So, no matter where you or your customers are in the world, we’ve got it in hand.
We reduce risk by removing the middleman and manufacturing in four factories across three countries.
Our clean and safe supply chain ensures
peace-of-mind that we’ve taken every step possible to eradicate unethical practices. We continue to reduce negative environmental issues, and make a positive social impact on workers and their communities.
We found No Ordinary a massive support, both in sourcing and managing the whole shipping process with product, their global reach and know-how helps you have confidence in your decisions, that otherwise you wouldn’t make.
Our hospital client needed 100,000 boxes of medical grade nitrile gloves in XL size only, No Ordinary was able to change a current production run, produce the XL gloves and have them air freighted to Europe in record time while achieving a price point mandated by the client …