Isuzu Thailand donates medical equipment to combat COVID-19


The company has taken part in the contribution of fighting against COVID-19 outbreak. KDI Services and Technology, one of ISUZU group company has donated 25 sets of medical equipment. The donation has been done to Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital on 4th April 2020 as a helping hand of medical staffs. The set includes PPE suit, medical mask, gloves, glasses, etc.

In this severe condition of COVID-19 outbreak, the company has taken a great step which will directly impact immediate testing and medical treatment of Queen Savang Vandhana Memorial Hospital. Not only ISUZU but all other companies such as Nissan, Toyota, etc. are taking appropriate actions. Similar to ISUZU, Toyota Motors Thailand also announced to provide shuttles to medical staffs and doctors to get them at their destination accurately. The functionality of these shuttles makes them reach always before time. In the same manner, other companies are giving out their vehicles properly sanitized for each use.

More about ISUZU

It is one of the Japanese vehicle company, commonly known for its production of commercial vehicles and diesel engines. Its main headquarters is in Tokyo and the other one is Shinagawa, Japan. Normally it focuses on production and sales of their commercial vehicles and diesel engines. As a global manufacturing company, it provides its services worldwide.

In 1966, it started its enterprise in Thailand as a manufacturer of pick up trucks. Now it have production capacity of 155,000 units per year. Toshiaki Maekawa handles the company as CEO of isuzu in Thailand.

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