Saif Powertec donates protective equipment to Payra Port
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-06-18 14:29:18 || Updated: 2020-06-19 02:29:38
The Saif Powertec Limited, a listed company at stock exchange, has provided different protective equipment to the Payra Port Authority to help tackle the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Saif Powertec Limited Managing Director Tarafdar Md Ruhul Amin handed over the equipment to Payra Port Authority Chairman Commodore Humayun Kollol on Wednesday, according to a press release.
The protective materials include 1,000 surgical masks, 300 rubber gloves, 25 personal protective equipment (PPE), 25 goggles, five infrared thermometers and five litres of Hexisol.
“Saif Powertec Limited will always stay beside Payra Port Authority in any of their needs,” said Ruhul Amin.
The company’s director Tarafder Md. Ruhul Saif, Aminuzzaman and senior officials of the port and Saif Powertec were also present at that time.
Recently Saif Powertec contributed Tk2 crore to the Prime Minister’s Relief and Welfare Fund to help fight the virus.
The company engaged in power and material handling solutions, distributed relief material among day labourers working in the terminals of the Chittagong port.
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