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Adani group accepts Kerala govt’s request, imports 3 oxygen tankers from Singapore

WebdeskJun 10, 2021, 12:22 PM IST

Adani group accepts Kerala govt’s request, imports 3 oxygen tankers from Singapore

Extending a helping arm to the Kerala government during the COVID pandemic, the Adani group has accepted the request from the Kerala government and has imported 3 oxygen tankers from Singapore. One oxygen container has the capacity to carry 20-ton of oxygen.

 

Two of the containers will be used in the Ernakulam district. Ernakulam district is severely affected in the second wave of COVID.

 

Adani group’s assistance to the state government is a continuation of positive philanthropy that India’s corporate houses had been doing ever since the outbreak of the COVID pandemic.

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