MG Motor India has donated 200 sustainable beds via Credihealth for fighting COVID-19. Credihealth is an online healthcare platform that helps people search for doctors and hospitals across India.
These sustainable beds are built using hard cardboard material and have a waterproof coating on them. They are also completely bio-degradable. MG Motor India will procure these beds from a Gujarat-based company, namely Aryan Paper Mills. Since 2020, Aryan Mills has provided these sustainable beds to the Indian Army, Bombay Municipal Corporation, Indian Navy, and a few other private entities.
MG Motor India also announced extension of free service, warranty and extended warranty to customers. The extension would be applicable across range on free service and warranty period expiring between April 2021 and May 2021. These services will be extended up to July 31, 2021, for now.
The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has been severe to say the least and with the crippling demand of medical oxygen, MG Motor India stepped up and collaborated with Vadodara-based Devnandan Gases, to increase the production of medical oxygen. The two companies targeted an increase of 25 per cent within two weeks and now MG reports that they have been able to increase production by 15.2 per cent within a week’s time.
Also, MG Motor India had tied up with Devnandan Gases, a Vadodara-based company, to increase production of medical oxygen, which seems to be working for now. The two companies targeted an increase of 25 per cent within two weeks and now MG reported that they have been able to increase production by 15.2 per cent within a week’s time.