Jaguar Land Rover has given more than 160 cars to fight against coronavirusApril 5, 2020
Almost 60 cars, including 27 Defender SUVs, will go to the British Red Cross medical organization. These machines will deliver everything you need to people who are at primary risk and for whom coronavirus can be very dangerous.
Jaguar Land Rover provides over 160 vehicles worldwide to support emergency response organizations during the coronavirus crisis. Of these, nearly 60 cars go to the British Red Cross, and 27 of them are the legendary next-generation Land Rover Defender SUVs.
57 vehicles heading to the British Red Cross will deliver drugs and food to people at risk throughout the UK.
At the same time, the company claims to work closely with the US government, offering its knowledge and experience. Similarly, the company also donates protective gear, including safety glasses, to the Bolton Royal Hospital, St. James’s Leeds Hospital, and Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
Finbar McFall, director of customer service at Jaguar Land Rover, said the company is using its long-standing partnership with the Red Cross to help people and healthcare organizations during the coronavirus pandemic.
“The health and safety of our employees, customers and their families remain our top priority,” he said. “Our company will do everything necessary to support people around the world. Our cooperation with the Red Cross has been around for six decades, and we will continue to be shoulder to shoulder to do everything possible during this global emergency. We will also provide assistance to those who are closer to home in our local communities. We can all play our part in helping vulnerable people in this global pandemic. ”
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