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PMR Extends Logistics Commitment for COVID Relief Work

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While the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has been disrupting transport and supply chains even for essential goods in the country, Gurugram-based award-winning relocation and logistics firm PM Relocations (PMR) has extended a benevolent, pro-bono hand of support to help deal with the pandemic outbreak across the country.

To ensure that emergency medical and essential services are not affected, and the public don’t suffer, they have opened up their services for free to healthcare companies, hospitals, pharmacies and individuals who are in urgent need of logistical support or require moving-and-packing services for essential items. Their pan-India services can help in transporting oxygen concentrators, medical supplies, hospital beds, medical heavy equipment and machinery and any essential items.

The pandemic has highlighted that logistics plays a crucial role in supporting the people during such trying times, says Aakanksha Bhargava, CEO of PMR. “This is our bit in helping and contributing support to the people of this country who are otherwise our dedicated customers. We see a lot of despair, helpless today with people struggling to find basic things. We really want to step up and support in our ways, and ensure we can be of help and assistance to as many in need. Logistics is an intensive sector, and we are trying our best to have all feet on ground to help people with medical and essential services. I call out to all medical institutions and individuals to not hesitate in reaching out to us if you have requirements,” she says.

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