The nation has been hit with the second wave of Covid-19, and MG Motors has joined hands with Devnandan Gases Pvt Limited to contribute its share towards helping the nation during this time of distress
Amidst the rising Covid-19 cases all over India and the shortage of medical facilities such as hospital beds, vaccinations, and medical oxygen, MG Motors India has joined hands with Vadodara-based Devnanad Gases to help the nation fulfill its medical oxygen needs.
MG Motors has focused on overall medical oxygen production of Devnandan gases and has targetted an increase of 25 per cent by the end of two weeks. The ultimate goal, for now, is to achieve an increase by 50 per cent production capacity in the near future. MG will target key production elements such as infrastructure expansion and the elimination of major losses to achieve its targets.
“At MG, we are committed to supporting the fight against the COVID-19 outbreak. As a part of our care for the communities around us, we are boosting the production of oxygen and providing support wherever possible,” said Rajeev Chaba, President & MD, MG Motor India.
“This collaboration will help us to scale our production as our teams work in unison to boost daily throughput. With MG Motor India’s support in debottlenecking the constraints, the initiative will go a long way in saving more lives in and around the region.” Vijaybhai Thakkar, Owner of Devnandan Gases Pvt Limited further added.
Recently, MG Motors India announced free vaccination for all its 2,500 employees at the Halol production facility. The vaccination drive was held over the company’s existing medical insurance policy.