Land Rover
Article about Land Rover

Published 1 year, 7 months ago

Cars Land Rover Published by J. Doe

Coronavirus: Jaguar and Land Rover Deploy Global Fleet to Support Emergency Response Partners

Jaguar and Land Rover have deployed more than 160 vehicles globally to support emergency response organisations during the coronavirus crisis.

A total of 57 vehicles including 27 New Defenders have been issued to the British Red Cross to deliver medicine and food vulnerable people across the UK who now need additional support due to social distancing rules.

Jaguar and Land Rover teams in Spain, France, South Africa and Australia have loaned vehicles to their Red Cross societies and more markets are offering help to their local teams.

Jaguar Land Rover Customer Experience Director

This unprecedented global health emergency requires us all to pull together.

Head of Crisis Response, British Red Cross

Thanks to Land Rover’s generous support, our Emergency Response teams in the UK will be to reach even more people living in isolated communities than we could alone.

Land Rover and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) have worked together for over 65 years, helping communities prepare and respond to emergencies with disaster-preparedness projects around the world – vital at times like this.

Original article

Apr 09, 2020 at 03:06