Great Wall Motor has launched a rescue plan for Delhi NCR and Pune, two of the most affected COVID-18 areas in India. The company has partnered with CARE India and will donate aid kits to disadvantaged people in these two cities.
Chinese SUV builder Great Wall Motor (GWM) has launched emergency aid for Delhi NCR and Pune following the coronavirus pandemic. These are two of the areas most affected by COVID-19. GWM will provide aid kits to disadvantaged people in these two cities and has partnered with CARE India for the same. Help kits include foods such as wheat, legumes, rice, sugar, cooking oil, spices, etc. Each ration kit can support a family of five for up to one month. GWM India plans to reach a large migrant population including day laborers, street residents and subsistence workers through CARE India. The company has established a plan, a business plan for that.
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James Yang, President of GWM India, said: “At this difficult stage, GWM feels responsible for supporting the less fortunate in every way possible. Our goal is not only to provide food for families, but a kit that contains all the essentials necessary for a family of five to stay a month and focus on a safe, clean and disinfected environment including daily hygiene items in the kit. We would like to show our commitment to society in India by trying to help those who need it to overcome these difficult times. Our effort is to remain firmly united with the government to fight this pandemic. “
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James Yang, President of GWM India, President, Parker Shi, CEO, and Hardeep Singh Brar, Director of Sales and Marketing, personally participate in this program. Great Wall Motors will begin operations in India in 2021 and work has started on the company’s new facilities in Talegaon, Maharashtra (formerly owned by General Motors), as the company plans to build roads in the country with a number of models.