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MG Motor & PayTM to deploy 100 Hector ambulances in Nagpur

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Written by Nayak

MG Motor India and PayTM have made a collaboration under which the brand will deploy 100 MG Hector Ambulances in Nagpur. The recent spike in the number of cases of Covid-19 urged Hon’ble Union Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari to request these ambulances. MG Motor mentioned that they feel immensely proud to fulfil the minister’s request.

MG responded by delivering 8 out of 100 ambulances as soon as the Government raised the request, and soon, it will provide the rest of the 92 units very soon. These Hector ambulances get all the modern-life saving modern equipment that will help to fight the rising Covid-19 cases. This collaboration will see these Hector ambulances deployed in Nagpur and Vidarbha.

MG Hector Ambulance Extends Its Support To Fight Covid-19 Pandemic

Previously in March, MG had donated five Hector ambulances to Nagpur’s Nangia Speciality Hospital. These ambulances provided the residents of Nagpur with a world’s class ambulance service in the Covid-19 pandemic. The second wave is getting worse, and hence the demand for these ambulances is also on the rise. MG builds the Hector ambulances at its manufacturing plant in Halol.

These come with a host of modern medical equipment like a medicine cabinet with a five-parameter monitor, a ventilator, an auto-loading stretcher, an altered power backup, an oxygen support system, a sire, and a fire extinguisher. The company had also donated these ambulances to GMERS Hospital in Vadodara and CHC Hospital in Halol.

MG’s SEWA Channel Undertakes A Host Of Covid-19 Measures

The CSR channel of MG Motor India called MG Sewa has undertaken various Covid-19 related initiatives to fight Covid-19. Recently, the company collaborated with Devnandan Gases Pvt. Ltd. in Gujarat to support oxygen production. Under the collaboration, the oxygen production increased by 15 per cent per hour and the next target to increase it by 50 per cent very soon. In Gurugram, MG Motor India offered 200 beds for the Covid-19 patients and provided an online platform, Credihealth.

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