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Manufacturing Marvels with John Criswell
The Fox Business Network
February 22, 2022

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Anchor Seal converting some of its factory to producing hand sanitizer...and donating it around New England

Jonathan Wier and Ayla Brown
Country 102.5 Podcast
May 14, 2020

Jonathan Wier & Ayla Brown Podcast with Anchor Seal, Inc., Gloucester, MA

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Gloucester family business Anchor Seal has converted some of its factory to producing hand sanitizer and is donating it around New England.

NOTE: Anchor-Seal is, unfortunately, no longer making or selling hand sanitizer as of 12/30/2020.

Anchor Seal converting some of its factory to producing hand sanitizer...and donating it around New England

By Taylor Ann Bradford, Staff Writer 
Gloucester Daily Times
April 29, 2020

Employees at Anchor Seal, Inc., Gloucester, MA

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“During the surge of the novel coronavirus pandemic, a Gloucester chemical manufacturer has added one more product to its conveyor belts. 

 

Anchor Seal Inc. of 54 Great Republic Drive has begun producing hand sanitizer to help in the city's efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Known for custom formulating and manufacturing epoxies, urethanes, silicones, and sealants for commercial and industrial applications, Anchor Seal is now making accessible disinfectant products.”

NOTE: Anchor-Seal is, unfortunately, no longer making or selling hand sanitizer as of 12/30/2020.

Anchor Seal converting some of its factory to producing hand sanitizer...and donating it around New England

By Nancy Gaines,Correspondent
Gloucester Times
September 13, 2011

Pete Spinney, CEO of Anchor Seal, Inc., Gloucester, MA with wife Marjorie and son Andrew

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“Next time you see some magical mechanical creature at Disneyworld, consider that its so flesh-like skin was probably made in Gloucester.

Harking back to days of "Jaws," animatronic dinos, frogs, dogs and fairy princesses now look more real than many of the Botoxed humanoids beside them.

This may be the sexy part of the business, but Anchor Seal Inc., a newcomer to Gloucester, also provides key elements for prosthetics, serving the regrettably expanding market for them among military veterans, and, of course, just about all commercial and industrial uses of adhesives and glues.”