Mercedes-Benz introduced three new models to the public through its first virtual exhibition, the Mercedes-Benz Virtual Expo 2020. In celebrating its 50th birthday in Indonesia, Mercedes-Benz launched two new models specifically 50-year anniversary edition - New S 450 AMG Edition 50 and New Mercedes-AMG G 63 Edition 50, as well as locally assembled models - New GLS 450 4MATIC AMG LINE, which is the culmination of a virtual exhibition that take place from Friday, 24 July 2020 to Sunday, 26 July 2020 - and can be accessed through www.mercedesbenzvirtualexpo.com.
The Mercedes-Benz Virtual Expo 2020 invites customers and automotive enthusiasts to experience the exciting experience of Mercedes-Benz; where visitors can get a unique virtual experience to see and test their virtual drive the Mercedes-Benz car of their dreams while carrying out health protocols through social distance. Fifteen Mercedes-Benz cars, in total, attended the virtual exhibition which is also equipped with innovative features and elevates their advanced technology. Mercedes-Benz continues its commitment to offer the best customer experience by exhibiting the latest models, which consist of luxury sedans, compact cars, SUVs, Vans, AMG cars with high performance, and the latest lifestyle by showing a variety of choices in the Mercedes-Benz Collections.
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Unilever Indonesia Distributes Handwashing Facilities and Education to More Than 48 Thousand Families in DKI Jakarta
As one of the efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Unilever Indonesia donated 385 units of portable handwashing facilities that were distributed through the COVID-19 or STPC-19 Handling Task Force. The portable handwashing facility will be located in 63 tight surveillance area – “ Wilayah Pengendalian Ketat” in DKI Jakarta and reach 48,529 families. The program implementation was also strengthened by education on Clean and Healthy Behavior – “Perilaku Hidup Bersih dan Sehat” and New Habit Adaptation – “Adaptasi Kebiasaan Baru” which will be carried out through Lifebuoy and KlikDokter as partners.
“After donating more than 40,000 PCR test kits through the COVID-19 Handling Task Force, Unilever Indonesia reaffirmed its commitment to take a role in handling COVID-19. The pandemic has made people realize the importance of washing hands with soap as a step to avoid the disease. With our brand, Lifebuoy, which has more than 86 years guarded Indonesian families against germs, we want to provide wider access, especially at COVID-19 vulnerable areas to protect the society from diseases with a good and correct handwashing habit,” explained Sancoyo Antarikso, Director of Governance & Corporate Affairs and Corporate Secretary of PT Unilever Indonesia.
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