Coronavirus: Volkswagen offers 70 vehicles for health and safety

Volkswagen Group Argentina announced that it has made 70 vehicles available to health professionals and national security forces.

Through a statement, the German-based automaker indicated that “it supports and accompanies health professionals and national security forces, granting them 70 units of its fleet for the mobilization of personnel or equipment necessary for the development of its activities, essential to combat the coronavirus pandemic. “

He added that these units “will be made available both in Córdoba and in General Pacheco (Buenos Aires), where the group has its two industrial centers, as long as the health emergency lasts.”

“Our leadership teams continue to work remotely more united and active than ever. We will continue to look for alternatives to collaborate, from our place, with the community, with the authorities, and with all those who are working to face this pandemic,” he said. Thomas Owsianski, President and CEO of Volkswagen Group Argentina.