Tata Motors, along with NITOL decided to donate ten Sumo Ambulances for Bangladesh. Accepting delivery of these vehicles will be Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh. The Sumo Ambulances by Tata were delivered on Christmas eve.
Present at the handover of the Ambulances was Johnny Oommen of Tata Motors, along with Matlub Ahmed of NITOL. The Ambulances in Bangladesh will be utilised by ten different organisations for medical and health services.
Several unique features will be provided by Tata Motors in the Sumo Ambulances. All ten vehicles will be provided by a stretcher, medical cabinet, oxygen cylinder with stand, basin, announcement system, bar light on top, dual A/C, fog lamps, front and rear bumper.
Bangladesh customers have been using Tata products since 1972. All Tata products are popular in Bangladesh, who offer buses, cars, and cargo vehicles. Tata Motors are the third most popular brand of four wheelers in Bangladesh.
All ten Ambulances by Tata Motors will cater to the community needs. Citizens who do not have access to basic health services can make use of the new Ambulances. Tata Motors has made a conscious effort in contributing to the social development in Bangladesh.