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Distribution of essentials and other supplies need to be effected systematically and rapidly and this usually requires a large pool of resources ranging from manpower to trucks, four-wheel drive vehicles and even boats. In some instances, volunteer groups and private vehicles are needed to assist when the affected areas become too large or difficult to access.
To provide the MRCS with an additional asset to deploy in times of need, Isuzu Malaysia donated an Isuzu N-Series 5,000kg truck for use by the Society, particularly in Pahang. The truck is seen as a valuable and timely tool for the MRCS particularly as the Northeast monsoon is due shortly.
Kenji Matsuoka, Chief Executive Officer of Isuzu Malaysia, who handed the keys of the Isuzu truck to the MRCS Secretary General Dato’ Sayed A. Rahman Sayed Mohd hoped the company’s contribution would enhance the society’s outreach efforts to communities in times of need.
“Preparedness for eventualities can make a huge difference in coping with natural calamities and disasters. By providing the Malaysian Red Crescent Society with one of the most dependable and efficient trucks available today, we hope that Isuzu is able to contribute towards the Society’s disaster response initiatives,” said Matsuoka.
The Isuzu N-Series 5,000kg chassis was fitted with an aluminium box body donated by Sri Hoong Huat Auto Trading Sdn Bhd (LEW’s), one of the country’s leading truck body builders.
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