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Advance life support Ambulance to local communities to help them combat any medical emergency

Pipavav, India: APM Terminals Pipavav, one of the leading gateway ports in Western India in collaboration with GVK EMRI (GVK Emergency Management and Research Institute) has facilitated a 24×7 advance life support ambulance for the nearby villages – Shiyalbet, Rampara and Bherai.

The port has facilitated this service for the benefit of the community and to help any emergencies that might arise in the vicinity. The ambulance will be positioned at Port Medical Centre and will be ready to move at any given point of a medical emergency. It will be operated by a centralized call system by GVK EMRI. EMRI is an experienced not for profit organization providing integrated emergency response services in state of Gujarat since 2007 in Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.

Commenting on Company’s initiatives, Mr. Jakob Friis Sørensen, MD, APM Terminals Pipavav said, “The local Communities around the Port is an important part of our ecosystem and as a responsible Corporate Citizen, their health & safety is of prime importance. We understand the need for advanced life support system during emergencies. We are therefore happy to associate with GVK EMRI who have been at the forefront in case of any health emergency.”

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