Mitsubishi Motors Philippines continues aid to Santa Rosa City frontliners

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As part of its commitment to help the local government of Santa Rosa, Laguna amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) donated critical supplies to frontliners and other essential personnel.

A total of 200 water dispensers and 50 resting benches were handed over by MMPC to Santa Rosa City Mayor Arlene Arcillas. Apart from that, the MMPC also donated 400 pieces of face shields that were produced by some of its employees from excess scrap and existing inventory materials.

MMPC president and CEO Mutsuhiro Oshikiri expressed his gratitude to all of the frontliners who are battling the dreaded virus in the province. 

“Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is one with the city government of Santa Rosa in the fight against this virus. We hope that the additional equipment will further boost the city’s capabilities,” Oshikiri said.

“We deeply thankful and grateful for all the sacrifice being done by our frontliners to keep this wonderful city safe. MMPC will remain your partner in these trying times.  Mabuhay kayong lahat!” Oshikiri added.

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