NLC India Ltd. donates 10 ambulances to Cuddalore
The ambulances were purchased by NLCIL at a cost of 59 lakh as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative, and have basic life support systems and oxygen delivery systems.
Public Sector Company (PSU) NLC India Ltd (NLCIL) donated 10 ambulances to Cuddalore District Administration to transport COVID-19 patients to hospitals.
The ambulances, purchased by NLCIL at a cost of ₹ 59 lakh as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, were reported by Chairman and CEO Rakesh Kumar to Neyveli on Monday.
An NLCIL official said the ambulances were donated to strengthen the hands of the district administration to meet the challenges posed by the pandemic. Ambulances are equipped with basic life support systems and an oxygen delivery system.
Navaratna’s company increased bed capacity in its hospital and other locations in the township from 150 to 577 (277 in the hospital itself) while 300 additional beds were made in three COVID care centers -19 of the canton.
No less than 52 oxygen concentrators have been purchased and are in use at various project sites, while the rest are being purchased on an expedited basis, the official said.
NLCIL Functional Directors R. Vikraman, NNM Rao, Prabhakar Chowki, Shaji John, Jaikumar Srinivasan and Executive Director (HR) N. Sadish Babu were present.