PALEMBANG – Semen Baturaja, together with other 45 State-Owned Business Enterprises of South Sumatra that are included in the South Sumatra State-Owned Business Enterprise Task Force for National Disaster, have donated medical equipments to the government of South Sumatra. The relief support provided consisted of accumulated funds from the entire State-Owned Business Enterprises of South Sumatra in the form of medical equipments, such as: protective equipment, handscoon, hand sanitizer, temperature scanner, oxygen spray, and multivitamin. The relief was symbolically presented by Pusri, acting as the coordinator of South Sumatra State-Owned Business Enterprise Task Force for National Disaster, and was accepted by the governor of South Sumatra, Herman Deru, in South Sumatra’s National Board for Disaster Management post on Thursday, 9 April.

During the implementation, the relief accepted from the Task Force for the National Board will have been distributed to places that need it, including hospitals. As a state-owned company, Indonesia’s State-Owned Business Enterprise will always continue to work with the government in managing the Covid-19 disaster, one of which is through the formation of Task Force. We all swore that we will thrive over Covid-19!

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