Bekasi – Toyota Indonesia today (16/7) donating 1 unit of the Kijang Innova ambulance and 3,000 face masks for the City of Bekasi as a part of our active participation in facing COVID-19 pandemic. Director of Administration, Corporation, and External Affairs of PT. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) Bob Azam delivers the assistance to Bekasi Mayor Rahmat Effendi.
The ambulance for the City of Bekasi is a part of 17 ambulances donated to various institutions and local governments as our Corporate Social Contribution activities in handling COVID-19 pandemic. It is also a form of synergy on collaboration between every element of society - including corporations - with the government which is expected to be able to help accelerate efforts to overcome and resolve the outbreak in the community.
“We would like to convey our deepest sympathy to all parties affected by the Covid-19 outbreak, especially for the medical personnel and the government who have been at the forefront in efforts to battling this outbreak. Hopefully, the assistance of Kijang Innova ambulance and face mask will help mobilize the handling and prevention of Covid-19 pandemic spread in the City of Bekasi. Hopefully this outbreak that is sweeping Indonesia can be resolved soon, as desired by the government and the entire community," said Bob Azam.
Previously, we donated the Kijang Innova ambulance to Palang Merah Indonesia, Ministry of Health, DKI Jakarta Provincial Government, Regency of Karawang, and boarding schools. Alongside the dealer, supply chain, and affiliates, we have distributed 108.000 Personal Protective Equipment (Alat Pelindung Diri) and 37.000 face masks. Direct assistance consists of packages of staple and personal hygiene needs to prevent transmission of Covid-19 such as hand sanitizers, cloth masks, antiseptic hand washing soaps, portable hand washing equipment and other needs has also been distributed to the community in surrounding environment and our dealers’ location throughout Indonesia.
We also collaborate with other academics such as the University of Indonesia and Vocational Training Centers (BLK) such as the Jakarta Regional Job Training Center (PPKD), as well as several supply chain companies, in the development of various personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face masks, flocked swabs, medical google, hazmat suits, bag valve masks, and face shield. (*)