Vespa GTV Sei Giorni II Edition: Legends from the Past Has Arrived to Print New History in Indonesia
With the ability to look back in time, Vespa with its timeless iconic figure brings back its heyday in the legendary 50s with the launch of the Vespa GTV “Sei Giorni” II Edition. Rich in fresh elements to ensure ultimate safety and comfort, this Vespa is impressive because it gives the rider an extraordinary feeling and an epic ride, without leaving the vintage essence of the legendary event. “The timeless classic value of Vespa which is so famous becomes even more meaningful when glorious flashbacks from the past and the joyful triumph can be returned to the present with all its modern interpretations. Today, we witness the legendary Vespa Sei Giorni evolve in renewing its stylistic design and technical aspects while remaining unique and special in the new Vespa GTV “Sei Giorni” II Edition. We want everyone to re-enjoy the greatness of that victory and initiate an epic driving experience like the legends at Sei Giorni in Italy, ”said Marco Noto La Diega, President Director of PT Piaggio Indonesia.
The Ministry of Health gave an award to PT Tirta Investama as part of Danone Indonesia as one of the best companies considered to have made an active contribution to the response to COVID-19.
The award was handed over by the Minister of Health Terawan Agus Putranto virtually as part of the 56th National Health Day (HKN) commemoration event with the theme “Satukan Tekad Menuju Indonesia Sehat” with the sub-theme “Jaga Diri, Keluarga dan Masyarakat, Selamatkan Bangsa dari Pandemi COVID-19”.
Vera Galuh Sugijanto, VP General Secretary of Danone Indonesia, said that various initiatives have been carried out by Danone in Indonesia through its two business units, namely, Tirta Investama (producer of AQUA, Mizone, Levite, Vit) and Nutricia Sarihusada (producer of SGM, Bebelac, Nutrilon, Lactamil). Since April 2020, the company has continued to strengthen its commitment to help overcome the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia, reaching a total of IDR 30 billion. The assistance has been distributed in the form of cash, health and safety equipment, and Danone products which will be sent to a number of hospitals that handle COVID-19 in Indonesia and given to those who are prone to being affected and affected by the current conditions.
"We really appreciate the government's effort through the COVID-19 Handling Task Force and of course the Ministry of Health which is always open and active both in providing recommendations and consultation during the pandemic. Until now, we continue to monitor and see the development of the COVID-19 pandemic condition and continue to collaborate with the government and community organizations to distribute the various assistance needed. Appreciation in the form of awards given further strengthens our commitment to continue to realize our vision of One Planet One Health in Indonesia, "said Vera Galuh Sugijanto.