Goldair Handling, a Greek company active in tourism, rail freight transport and logistics, recently donated eight new high-standard intensive care beds to the Greek Health Ministry to support the country’s coronavirus (Covid-19) relief efforts, reported GTP Headlines.
Goldair is among the tourism enterprises in Greece that was quick to offer support to Greece’s healthcare system in its efforts to tend to those affected by the coronavirus.
In a statement, Goldair Group President Kallinikos Kallinikos said: “We stand by our fellow citizens, who, with professionalism and self-denial, are at the forefront for us. We express our full support, solidarity and respect for them and declare that we are here to actively support them in their difficult tasks. I am convinced that our country will effectively face these current, unprecedented, challenges and together the public and private sectors will come together to face the challenges of the next day.”
Moreover, Goldair also donated three modern and fully equipped SUVs to the Hellenic Police.
The company said the donation was an action to support the country’s security forces, which is making huge efforts to monitor Greece’s movement restrictions and make certain they are being followed promptly; and guard the country’s and European borders in Evros and the Eastern Aegean.
*Source: GTP Headlines