New Delhi: India’s largest stainless steel manufacturer, Jindal Stainless has facilitated the supply of 150 ventilators to the state governments of Haryana and Odisha.

This is in continuation to a series of steps taken by the Company to combat and minimize the spread and impact of COVID-19.

As states gear up in anticipation of an impending third wave, officials of the company shipped 75 ventilators each, along with accessories for medical use, to both the state-owned warehouses today.

“We’ve been fighting Corona as extended arms of Indian government from Day 1. With each step we take, we are trying to strengthen the health infrastructure in every way possible. We fought the second wave with an uninterrupted LMO supply to several states from both our units, establishing the operational emergency COVID hospital in Hisar, and successful inoculation drives for our employees and their families. We are now ensuring better preparedness if and before the third wave hits us.”

Abhyuday Jindal
Managing Director
Jindal Stainless

So far, Jindal Stainless has supplied nearly 5400 MT Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO) to various hospitals and oxygen filling centres. Through its units in Hisar and Jajpur, the Company is supplying over 50 tonnes of Oxygen per day to 50+ medical facilities in Haryana, Delhi-NCR, and Odisha.

Additionally, the Company is supplying LMO to the 500-bed COVID Hospital set up in the premises of OP Jindal Modern School in Hisar. The Company also organised vaccination camps at its various office locations to help employees and their family members get vaccinated.

Apart from this, Jindal Stainless announced a policy to extend all-round support to immediate family members of all its employees, who lost their lives to the current pandemic.

Recently, Jindal Stainless Foundation (JSF), the CSR arm of Jindal Stainless unleashed the second phase of its Golden Grass Weaving Project that was launched in 2018 with the objective of improving the skill sets of the traditional artisans of Antia Village, Jajpur, Odisha.

JSF had taken up this initiative in collaboration with Mudra Foundation, a Bhubhaneswar-based organisation that unifies artists from various genres and segments to propagate art and culture. The project aims at the overall training and capacity building of women artisans for producing world-class handicrafts.

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