It teams up with Devnandan Gases to improve oxygen production at its Vadodara plants
MG Motor India on Friday launched MG Healthline, a platform for free online medical consultation with doctors for its customers or their family members, as part of its Covid-19 relief initiatives.
To avail of the service, customers have to register themselves on the carmaker's website or through their mobile application, it added. MG Motor India’s Chief Commercial Officer and Senior Vice President Gaurav Gupta said, "This initiative under our overall community service umbrella MG Sewa is to support and provide a helping hand to our customers in these challenging times." The services are offered in collaboration with the 'Doctor 24*7 platform.' The medical staff will also contact MG clients within 72 hours following the initial session, according to the statement.
The firm said it had taken many actions through its community service umbrella MG Sewa, including supplying 200 beds for Covid-19 patients in Gurugram, as well as raising finances and distributing biodegradable bedsheets to the affected in Pune. It has also partnered with Devnandan Gases in Gujarat to help the latter enhance oxygen production at its Vadodara plants.