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Mercedes-Benz Distribution Indonesia Offers Support to Medical Services in Jakarta with the Provision of Sprinter Van

Published on 24 April 2020

Mercedes-Benz is supporting: The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone. Especially in times like these, it is important for Mercedes-Benz to meet its social responsibilities. PT Mercedes-Benz Distribution Indonesia has therefore offered its support with this provision of one Spreinter van to Ambulans Gawat Darurat (AGD) Dinas Kesehatan Provinsi DKI Jakarta or Ambulance Emergency Service of the Jakarta Health Agency. With the aid of the Sprinter van, medical workers can be transported from medical institutions to various locations that is urgently needed as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic.

The Sprinter van will be operated by AGD as logistics support for the medical workers that are in the frontline of combating the corona virus.

"These are hard times. Apart from ensuring the health and safety our employees and business partners, we also feel obliged to support the ones who are in the frontline: the medical workers. By providing the Sprinter for use by AGD, we trust that Mercedes-Benz can fulfill the need of transportation for medical workers who constantly need to be on standby during this pandemic", says Choi Duk Jun, President Director, PT Mercedes-Benz Distribution Indonesia.

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is configured as a passenger transporter van with a capacity of up to 20 persons and will be used by Ambulans Gawat Darurat for a period of 6 months. AGD is appointed by the Jakarta Health Agency as the medical emergency service provider for Jakarta Province.

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B.Braun Indonesia Donates 170,000 Mask for the Indonesia Covid-19 Hospital

Published on 15 April 2020

B Braun Indonesia donates 170,000 masks to support health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. This donation distributed to more than 30 hospitals specialized in COVID-19 throughout Indonesia. Delivery made from the warehouse to the destination hospital directly started on Thursday, 2 April 2020.

President Director of B Braun Indonesia, Rainer Ruppel, explained that this donation is the reflection of B. Braun’s commitment as a responsible company to protect and improve the health of the people in Indonesia.

"For nearly 40 years, B. Braun has lived in Indonesia providing products and services focused on process optimization, security, partnerships, and progress. Today, we continue our commitment to this nation by actively supporting medical staff against COVID-19," added Rainer.

B Braun Indonesia has implemented a work-from-home system since March 17, 2020, for all employees in the sales office, and has suspended all internal and/or external activities involving large groups. The initiative carried out to protect employees from the possibility of being exposed to COVID-19 and will continue until an undetermined time.

0n the other hand, to anticipate the supply need, patient therapy, and medical therapy support devices at the Hospital not disrupted, B Braun Indonesia took various initiatives to ensure the delivery activity, basic solutions production, and technical service continue to run. Those activities run by modifying working hours and giving extra health facilities for employees.

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