As the rapid spread of the COVID-19 infection in India continues, it causes a tightening of the medical system and shortage of oxygen supply. JCCII member companies in India contribute to India’s efforts to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic by increasing the supply of medical oxygen, setting up new care centres, etc. We will continue to support India based on the strong friendship between Japan and India.
The Government of Japan
Emergency Grant Aid in Response to COVID-19 in India (Handover to India)
Maruti Suzuki and Suzuki Motor Gujarat
Maruti Suzuki and Suzuki Motor Gujaratshut down their factories in Haryana to make oxygen available for medical needs and have donated oxygen cylinders to local governments. Also, they have set up around 20 beds for COVID patients in a multispeciality hospital, which they have recently established in Sitapur, Gujarat. Maruti Suzuki, together with its suppliers, tied up with three manufacturers of Oxygen PSA generator plants to boost their capacity by over ten times. Maruti Suzuki and its supplier partners are installing 24 such plants in hospitals as a CSR initiative to be completed within first half of June 2021.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
SMBC commits additional support for COVID-19 emergency relief and recovery efforts in India
As part of its response to the ongoing COVID-19 related situation in India, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation is committing an additional Rs 65million(JPY96million) to deliver ongoing relief to affected communities in India.
Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Donation to support healthcare workers combating COVID-19
Mizuho Bank,LTD. donates INR 30 million to the Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund to support healthcare workers.The fund will be mainly used to provide artificial respirators and other supplies to hospitals.
Terumo contributes USD 340,000 worth of urgently needed medical equipment towards COVID-19 Relief
Terumo a global leader in medical technology with a mission of “Contributing to Society through Healthcare” for 100 years is supplying USD 340,000 worth urgently needed medical equipment towards COVID-19 relief in India. Terumo Corporation’s India subsidiary donated 100 Oxygen Concentrators to Sardar Patel Covid Care Centre, New Delhi and 100 oxygen concentrator to Armed Forces Medical Services, New Delhi. Terumo has also started supplying 150 BiPAP to various COVID Care Centres in the country.
To help the people of India in combatting the recent sudden surge of COVID-19 cases, Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., parent company of global apparel retailer UNIQLO, announces today that it is providing urgent support worth approximately 220 million rupees for those affected by this crisis. Fast Retailing will donate 100 million rupees to two highly respected non-profit organizations, GiveIndia and the Akshaya Patra Foundation. In addition, plans are underway to provide more than 600,000 UNIQLO AIRism masks to frontline workers. https://www.fastretailing.com/eng/sustainability/news/2105251430.html
Daikin Airconditioning India Pvt Ltd
Daikin donnate 200units oxygen concentrators to India
Daikin has decided to donate its oxygen concentrators in hopes of saving the lives of as many people as possible.
NTT to donate US$3M for pandemic relief to India
NTT announces today plans to donate US$3 million to support the humanitarian tragedy facing the people of India.
Suntory Holdings and Beam Suntory
Suntory Holdings and Beam Suntory Donate $600,000 to Organizations Supporting COVID-19 Relief in India
Suntory Holdings and subsidiary company Beam Suntory have pledged $600,000 (approx. INR 44,184,000) to support COVID-19 relief in India
Air Water India Limited
a Japanese industrial gas company, is suppling 260 tonnes of liquid oxygen per day from their plants in eastern and southern India.
Arcelor Mittal Nippon Steel India (AM/NS India)
Arcelor Mittal Nippon Steel India (AM/NS India)is supplying 210-220 tonnes of liquid oxygen per day to medical facilities in Gujarat in partnership with INOX Air Products. Also, they have set up a 250 bed COVID care hospital at Hazira in alliance with local governments. This facility will be scaled up to a 1000-bed centre in the
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