By OUR STAFF REPORTER
HARIDWAR, 27 Sep: Kirby Building Systems and Structures Pvt Ltd (a subsidiary of Kuwait based Alghanim Industries) has partnered with the local administration in Haridwar district to respond to the ongoing pandemic situation due to COVID-19 with the aim of providing immediate relief by contributing towards building a long-term healthcare facility, here. In this regard, Kirby has donated a 500 LPM oxygen plant worth Rs 65 lakhs to be installed at the Civil Hospital, Roorkee. The donation of the Oxygen plant is a part of Kirby’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme to give back to local society, particularly in times of need. With a focus on sustainability, this Oxygen plant shall help the Civil Hospital to provide essential care to patients now and in the future.
On 24 September, D Raju, Managing Director, Kirby India, met Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and gave a Letter of Confirmation on the supply and installation of the 500 LPM oxygen plant to be commissioned at the Civil Hospital, Roorkee. He also said that the equipment has already been brought and shall be installed shortly in close coordination with the district authorities of Haridwar. According to Raju, “We consider our employees, their families, and the wider local community as crucial to our success. It was therefore imperative for us to act and find locally relevant and meaningful ways to help ameliorate the current crisis.”
Kirby Building Systems is one of the largest PreEngineered Steel Building (PEB) companies in the world belongs to a multi-billion-dollar business conglomerate, Alghanim Industries which is one of the largest privatelyowned companies in the Middle East.