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Shell adds fuel to fight against Covid-19

09 Apr 2020 / 21:56 H.

SHELL Malaysia recently contributed essential items such as hand sanitisers, mineral water, food and beverages to medical frontliners at Hospital Sungai Buloh, Hospital Kuala Lumpur and Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun in Ipoh.

Additionally, through Shell stations located across the country, the company contributed essential items to local communities and frontliners.

Part of the initiative included supplying electricity for lamps and fans to temporary tents as well as contributing foods and drinks to local authorities.

The company says the effort is its way to demonstrate its support and care for the nation’s frontliners during the fight against Covid-19 through a series of outreach initiatives “aimed to lessen the worries and challenges faced by our Malaysian heroes”.

Shell adds fuel to fight against Covid-19

Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd and Shell Timur Sdn Bhd managing director Shairan Huzani Husain said: “The act of caring for others and looking out for each other is essential for all of us as Malaysians to survive and thrive through these uncertain and certainly testing time.

“Shell is committed to the well-being of the communities where we operate and we want to do everything we can to help our frontliners in the fight against this global pandemic.

“We recognise the challenges faced by these brave Malaysians and we hope these care packages, made up of essential items will give our frontliners some needed support.”

“We also have our very own Shell frontliners who are on the ground, every single day, taking care of our customers’ needs and ensuring the nation’s heroes can get to work and do what they need to for the safety of every Malaysian.

“As one of Malaysia’s essential service, we are helping to fuel the nation through the dedication of these very frontliners.

Shairan Huzani: “We recognise the challenges faced by these brave Malaysians and we hope these care packages, made up of essential items will give our frontliners some needed support.”
Shairan Huzani: “We recognise the challenges faced by these brave Malaysians and we hope these care packages, made up of essential items will give our frontliners some needed support.”

“We are also ensuring care packages are provided to them as our gesture of thanks for their courage in ensuring Shell stations remain open and ready to continue serving customers. They are all our heroes.

“Other than the care packages, Shell and BonusLink have joined forces to launch an initiative to enable our customers to contribute and show their gratitude to the nation’s frontliners.”

From April 2 to April 7, BonusLink members showed their support to the frontliners by simply contributing a minimum of 100 points, which is equivalent to RM1, that were channelled directly to the Covid-19 Fund set up by the Ministry of Health.

Shell matched RM1 for every 100 points (RM1) donated during the period. All donations to the fund were to be used to assist the ministry to purchase medical equipment, PPEs and other medical necessities.

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