Semen Baturaja Participates in PMI Blood Donation Social Services in South Sumatra Province

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PALEMBANG – PT Semen Baturaja Tbk (SMBR) as a subsidiary of PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (SIG) invited employees and their families to participate in a blood donation activity which took place at the UPTD Work Training Center for the Office of Manpower and Transmigration ( Disnakertrans) Province of South Sumatra (Sumsel) Palembang City on Monday (28/8).

The activity, which was held by the South Sumatra Province Disnaketrans, was also attended by the Chairman of the PMI for the South Sumatra Province, Hj. Fevrita Lustia Herman Deru and the Head of Supervision for the South Sumatra Manpower and Transmigration Office, Deliar Marzoeki.

Chairman of PMI South Sumatra Province Hj. Fevrita Lustia Herman Deru explained that the PMI of South Sumatra Province is collaborating with various organizations to increase blood donation activities. “This collaboration aims to ensure the availability of adequate blood supply to help the blood stock needs at PMI in South Sumatra Province,” he said.

He also appreciated the participation of all donors and parties who supported the implementation of this activity. “We really appreciate the close collaboration with various agencies in an effort to fulfill blood supplies. This is clear proof that the spirit of humanity can unite various groups for a noble cause,” he added.

Meanwhile, SMBR Senior Manager of Secretarial & Stakeholder Management M. Mu’ammar Syah Reza said, this activity was a form of the company’s participation and contribution in humanitarian activities as well as supplying blood stock for PMI South Sumatra Province. “Through this participation, SMBR is ready to play an active role in supporting government programs in supplying blood needs,” he said.

Imam Pratama Azi, one of the SMBR employees who took part in donating blood said he was grateful to be able to donate blood regularly. Apart from helping together, he feels that blood donation makes his body healthier. “The drop of blood we donate means a lot to our brothers and sisters who need it,” he hoped.(*)

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