Hyundai Motor Company announced its contribution of 24 vehicles, including 20 ambulances and 4 medical support vehicles, to the Saudi Red Crescent Authority to support its efforts and help address the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hyundai Motor’s global contribution comes through providing ambulances and support vehicles of the same type H1 To help front-line champions and support their efforts, focus on the role of Hyundai’s partners’ agents in the national kingdom and a sense of social responsibility on the one hand, and support the efforts of the Saudi Red Crescent Authority for the COVID-19 pandemic on the other hand. Hyundai agents in Saudi Arabia, Wallan Trading Company, Mohamed Youssef Naghi Motors Company, and Almajdouie Motors Company will deliver ambulances and vehicles directly to the Red Crescent Authority in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Hyundai Motor seeks to assist the front line champions at this crucial time, emphasizing the need for concerted efforts and strengthening cooperation between the private and public sectors to help the Red Crescent Authority and effectively contribute to supporting community members.
Bang Sun Jeong, Hyundai Vice President for the Middle East and Africa, pointed out the importance of everyone’s efforts to face this global challenge, saying: “Humanitarian care and social responsibility have always been at the core of the vision of Hyundai agents in the Kingdom, to serve their community, so we had no hesitation in taking the initiative with Hyundai agents in the Kingdom during these circumstances, and we are proud of what they offer to the Saudi Red Crescent Authority.
He added, “This contribution comes to have a positive impact on the Saudi community, and we hope that this initiative will contribute to supporting the achievement of safety for the citizens of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We believe that by cooperating and working together, we can overcome anything, and we hope that the pandemic will end soon so that people can return to their lives.” Daily. “
This initiative, with the support of its agents in the Kingdom, includes making a social difference during the Covid-19 pandemic and helping to provide ambulances and vehicles of the category of H1.