JAGUAR LAND ROVER DEPLOYS 300 VEHICLES GLOBALLY TO SUPPORT EMERGENCY RESPONSE EFFORTS
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From Brazil to South Africa, Britain to Canada, we have now donated 312 vehicles globally to support emergency response organisations all over the world.
Jaguar Land Rover continues its efforts to support the fight against coronavirus by providing an additional 150 vehicles globally, taking the number of vehicles now deployed to support emergency response organisations to 312. Jaguar and Land Rover thank all those around the world involved in the fight against coronavirus.
90 Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles are supporting the Red Cross Societies and other frontline services in Australia, Spain, South Africa, Brazil, Italy, Belgium, Russia, Germany and The Netherlands. 164 vehicles have now been supplied to the British Red Cross, which will help provide practical support such as medicine and food deliveries, patient transport to those needing to get to and from hospital and more widely supporting the NHS with front line transport needs .
14 Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles area also being used by West Midlands NHS Ambulance Service to test staff isolating with coronavirus symptoms. This testing allows the service to support staff with the virus and enables those fit and healthy to return to frontline duties.
“The health and safety of our employees, customers and their families remains our priority. As a business we are doing everything we can to support people in need around the world including vehicle deployment, cash donations and engineering expertise.” - Finbar McFall, Jaguar Land Rover Customer Experience Director.
Jaguar and Land Rover vehicle loans in detail:
UK – 210 (164 to British Red Cross, 46 to other frontline services)
Spain – 18 to Spanish Red Cross
Australia – 28 to Australian Red Cross
South Africa – 11 to South African Red Cross
Brazil – 7 to Brazilian Red Cross
Canada – 2 to support local charity in delivering personal protective equipment
Italy – 5 to Italian Red Cross
The Netherlands – 3 to Dutch Red Cross
Russia – 21 to LIZA Alert Foundation
Germany – 4 to local charities Tafel Niederberg and Tafel Offenbach delivering food and medical supplies
Belgium and Belux – 3 to Food Bank of Brussels-Brabant and Solidarité Grands Froids