Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) is preparing to set up 24 oxygen plants in several government hospitals to overcome medical oxygen shortage.
Maruti Suzuki India
In India, the second wave of Corona virus has caused much havoc, meanwhile, the problems of medical equipment and oxygen have also come to the fore. In such a situation, many auto companies have put their hands up for help. Meanwhile, Maruti Suzuki has also emerged as the Messiah.
Vehicle maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) said that it and its partners are in the process of setting up 24 oxygen plants in several government hospitals to address the shortage of medical oxygen in the country. He said that four PSA generator plants of oxygen have been installed in three government hospitals of Haryana, which was also inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar through virtual medium on Friday.
The company has also added its supplier partners JBML, SKH Metals and Motherson to help PSA manufacturers Aerox Nigen, Sam Gases and Gaskan in manufacturing operations.
Work will be completed in the month of June
RC Bhargava, president of the company, said, “The company is helping these three manufacturers to increase the production of oxygen in PSA plants for COVID-19 patients. Within a month of starting this work, our partners have increased the capacity of manufacturing oxygen generator plants up to 10 times. It will be completed by the middle of June.
Under this arrangement, 70 plants will be supplied in May and 150 in June. This is more than the estimated total production in India in the last full financial year. He said that it would be good to have facility of making oxygen inside hospitals in India as it is more expensive to carry it from far away.
Maruti built a multi-specialty hospital
Before this, Maruti Suzuki has also built a multi-specialty hospital in Sitapur in Ahmedabad district of Gujarat in association with Zydus Hospitals. The car company’s CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative – Maruti Suzuki Foundation has provided 100% finance for the hospital. A total of Rs 126 crore was spent to set it up. The hospital will be managed and run by the Ramanbhai Foundation, a CSR initiative of the Zydus Group. COVID-19 patients are also being taken care of in the hospital and the fight against the epidemic is being strengthened.
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