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Ceva flies urgent equipment to Indonesia[ August 25, 2021 // Chris ]
Freight forwarder Ceva Logistics has moved the first oxygen concentrators from Los Angeles to Indonesia via Singapore for an aid project organised by the Changi Airport Group.
With many Southeast Asian and Pacific countries affected by the highly transmissible Delta variant, medical supplies of all kinds are urgently needed. In total, 1,380 machines are being donated by the Changi Foundation together with more than 30 other airport partners, as well as individual airport employees.
Ceva was also appointed by General Motors in April 2020 to manage its entire ventilator production supply chain to support the US pandemic response and was responsible for delivering hundreds of parts to the GM Kokomo, Indiana, facility, settling up the entire supply chain in a week.
Tags: Ceva; Changi airport