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THAI, Toyota Tsusho and Worldwide Logistics transport medical supplies to the People’s Republic of China

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Thu, 02/13/2020 - 12:28
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THAI, as a national flag carrier wishes to be the representative of Thai people, to encourage the People’s Republic of China wholeheartedly and hope all Chinese to overcome the situation soon.

Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) collaborated with Toyota Tsusho (Thailand) Company Limited and Worldwide Logistics Services (Thailand) Company Limited to provide aid and support for Chinese from the recent outbreak of COVID-19.

Mr. Sumeth Damrongchaitham, THAI President, revealed that THAI with Toyota Tsusho (Thailand) and Worldwide Logistics delivered medical supplies and protective equipment from the outbreak of COVID-19 such as surgical mask, protective clothing etc. in order to help the medical team and people in the People’s Republic of China. Toyota Tsusho (Thailand) and Worldwide Logistics Co. (Thailand) has gathered the medical supplies and protective equipment from more than 30 countries all over the world whereby THAI has supported to fly all the equipment to the People’s Republic of China. The First batch of the equipment, weighted four tons, has been delivered to the Red Cross Society of China and Hubei Charity Federation for further distribution to donation centers that are certified by Chinese government and various hospitals in Wuhan in order to support the medical team for treating patients and infected people, including distribution to people in the People's Republic of China.

THAI, as a national flag carrier wishes to be the representative of Thai people, to encourage the People’s Republic of China wholeheartedly and hope all Chinese to overcome the situation soon.

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