DTDC, Narayana Health launches O2 plant in Jaipur
Hyderabad DTDC and its strategic partner, Geopost SA of DPD Group, owned by France's Le Groupe La Poste, in association with Narayana Hrudayalaya Charitable Trust and Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd, have successfully set-up and inaugurated the oxygen generator plant in Jaipur, the company said in a statement.
With the capacity for generating medical-grade oxygen at 500 litres a minute, generators like these play a crucial role in critical Covid remedies. The oxygen generator plant is expected to provide the much-needed treatment to help a large population, including those from less-privileged backgrounds, DTDC said.
The plant was inaugurated by DTDC Chairman and MD Subhasish Chakraborty, in the presence of top officials from DTDC and Narayana Health. The valuable joint initiative, installed in the Narayana multi-speciality hospital in Jaipur, is geared to help the country fight the ongoing Covid pandemic, the company added.
Subhasish Chakraborty said, "The cutting-edge oxygen generator plant, imported from the US, is a result of joint efforts of DTDC, our strategic partner, Geopost SA (DPD Group) and the able team at Narayana Health. As part of our CSR program for Covid care support, we have made a significant contribution of Rs 1.56 crore to Narayana Trust. DTDC and Geopost SA (DPD Group) also ensured the seamless logistical movement of the oxygen generator plant".
AruneshPunetha, Regional director, Narayana Health, said: "We are confident that with DTDC Express as our partners, we will be able to touch and positively impact thousands of lives together. Both the organisations will continue to support the people of Jaipur and Rajasthan in tiding over these challenging times."