Wuling Motors Provides Goods For Lombok Disaster Victims | Wuling

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Wuling Motors Provides Goods For Lombok Disaster Victims

13 August, 2018

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Jakarta, August 13, 2018 – The 7 S.R Lombok earthquake disaster that damaged various infrastructures in Lombok is still leaving a deep trauma for many people who have to leave their destroyed homes. Then the aftershocks that have occurred up to hundreds of times causing many people who choose to live in locations that are considered safer such as evacuation posts.

As a concern for the Lombok earthquake victims, PT SGMW Motor Indonesia (Wuling Motors) distributed humanitarian aid in the form of tarpaulins and blankets in worth ammount Rp. 100 million for the West Nusa Tenggara Provincial Government (NTB) through the TNI Humanitarian Aid Post at Halim Perdana Kusuma Airforce, East Jakarta, Saturday (11/08).

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“The management and employees of Wuling Motors are mourning for the natural disasters of the earthquake that struck the NTB region, causing deaths, injuries and damage to homes and other infrastructure. We hope that this assistance can help to comfort those who temporarily have to live outside the home,”said Human Resources Director of Wuling Motors, Bambang Sumitro.

As part of the Indonesian community and have the spirit of Drive for A Better Life, Wuling Motors employees also take the initiative to help the Lombok earthquake victims by raising funds through various donation boxes placed at several points in the Wuling Motors factory area. Fundraising from the employees will be heldfor a week and will be submitted through related agencies or organizations.

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“The assistance provided to the victims of this earthquake is also a social responsibility¬† of Wuling Motors for disaster and humanitarian emergency response. We hope that this assistance can ease the burden of those affected by this earthquake,” closed Bambang.