As a member of the Singapore Changi airport community, Cargolux has contributed to a vital initiative to support Indonesia in the fight against COVID-19.
The airport community teamed up to arrange a donation of oxygen concentrators to Indonesia which is currently experiencing a surge of COVID-19 infections. The Luxembourg-based cargo airline provided free transport for the devices from Los Angeles, where they are manufactured, to Singapore for their onward journey to Jakarta.
As a company says the aid is consistent with its Corporate Social Responsibility principles and is “pleased to leverage its expertise and play its part in such initiatives.” It added that it strives to support its partners, such as the Changi airport community, in their CSR journey.
“Cargolux and Changi airport have a long-standing relationship based on shared values, says Richard Forson, president & CEO. We are proud to be part of the Singapore Changi community and contribute to transporting vital medical appliances to the people of Indonesia. Singapore and Jakarta are key destinations in the Cargolux network and we are committed to supporting the communities we operate into.”
Saying it is strongly committed to being a responsible corporate citizen, the airline has been actively engaged in the fight against COVID-19. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, Cargolux has played a crucial role in keeping the supply chain moving and delivering essential supplies where they are most needed, it adds.