MUMBAI: The Global Task Force on Pandemic Response, a newly shaped US-based public-private partnership organized by the US chamber of commerce introduced the sourcing, delivery and delivering of 1,000 ventilators and 25,000 oxygen concentrators by this month finish to India.
Supported by Business Roundtable, the duty power is working with the Chamber’s US-India Business Council and the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum to take these fast actions to assist handle the Covid-19 surge in India.
The first ventilators procured by the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation arrived in India on Wednesday. The remaining ventilators are anticipated to reach by June three. Medtronic will manufacture the ventilators and deal with end-to-end delivery, set up and ongoing and digital coaching.
Delivery of 25,000 oxygen concentrators with transportation help from FedEx will occur by the tip of May, acknowledged an official launch. Creating the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) India Action Group to offer concepts and sensible data to CHROs in India can even be a part of the aid measures.
Through its Steering Committee, the Task Force will work to pay attention efforts the place company help might be most helpful.
The coalition of main firms, non-profits and associations which have come collectively to help these actions embody: Accenture, Adobe, Amazon, American Express, Amway, Apple, Applied Materials Foundation, Bank of America, BCG, Citi, David & Carol Van Andel Family Foundation, Dell, Deloitte, Dow, Ernst & Young, Emerson, Facebook, FedEx, Goldman Sachs, IBM, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, John Chambers Foundation, Johnson Controls, JP Morgan Chase & Co, KKR, Lockheed Martin, Mastercard, McKinsey & Company, Medtronic, Merck, Microsoft, Nasdaq, Newsweek, PepsiCo, Pfizer, Qualcomm Foundation, Raytheon Technologies, the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation, VIAVI Solutions, VMware, Walmart and Zoom.