Ambulances get new batteries and wipers for improved safety

  • Metro News
  • Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020

Goh (second from right) delivering new batteries and wipers for ambulances to a government hospital to help ensure the medical frontliners and patients experience a safer drive.

IN support of Malaysia’s main public hospitals, Bosch Automotive Aftermarket Malaysia (Bosch AA) has donated equipment to ensure the ambulances are in great working condition as part of the company’s “Safer Cars, Safer Roads” corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative.

Bosch AA contributed brand new maintenance-free vehicle batteries, cabin batteries that are used to power up important medical equipment as well as Aerotwin Retrofit windscreen wipers so that medical frontliners and patients can experience a safer drive.

Bosch Automotive Aftermarket Malaysia marketing manager Dillion Goh said ambulances were a vital need for both patients and hospitals.

“Bosch felt it was crucial to deliver peace of mind to ambulance drivers and medical workers so that their mission to save lives will not be interrupted by unwanted situations such as a breakdown.

“We are truly humbled by the dedication of the medical community over the past several months, and would like to show them our support. They are able to count on us when it comes to vehicle maintenance and road safety, ” he said.

Malaysia is recognised as among the countries with the best global healthcare systems.

Bosch AA hopes to continue supporting government hospitals to help ensure the safety and well-being of medical workers and patients remain a top priority on our shared roads.

The “Safer Cars, Safer Roads” initiative is part of the company’s flagship “Drive for Life” car and road safety campaign.

The campaign aims to raise awareness on basic automotive knowledge and the importance of proactive vehicle maintenance using quality car parts.

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