AVME provides Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services with new cars
Audi Volkswagen Middle East has provided several cars to the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) in a bid to support the organization’s heroic efforts in preventing the spread of COVID-19. The fleet of vehicles from both brands is currently being used to transport critical equipment, medical supplies, and meals to team workers and their families living in the UAE.
The Executive Director of the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, Khalifa Al-Drai, said: “This is a great example of a company standing side by side to support the safety and wellbeing of fellow members of society. Indeed, the true spirit of the UAE and its people is evident during these exceptional times. These difficult situations cannot compromise the determination that everyone in the UAE holds and it’s vital that everyone follows official direction from our authorities who selflessly strive to provide the highest levels of security, health, and safety for us all.”
The DCAS team has been working tirelessly on the front line each day since the global pandemic began and now, with additional vehicle power which includes the Touareg, Teramont, Tiguan and Passat from Volkswagen, as well as the Q3, Q5 and Q8 from Audi, the organization is able to transport vital equipment, critical medical supplies and even meals to workers on the ground, meaning the use of Ambulances can be reserved for essential operations.