In the wake of coronavirus pandemic, the largest industry of automobiles has joined hands with AgVa Healthcare for the rapid production of ventilators, masks and other protective equipment which is the need of the hour.
Maruti Suzuki Industries Limited released an official notification of the same about joining hands with the healthcare unit which works in the production of ventilators and thus they have targeted the production of 10,000 units necessary types of equipment per month.
The AgVa healthcare will take up the responsibility of technology, performance and related matters of all the ventilators which will be produced and sold by them.
The Krishna Maruti Limited, a joint venture of MSIL will be producing 3 ply maks for supply to Haryana and central government and thus Mr. Ashok Kapur will provide 3 million masks free of cost as his own contribution.
At a meeting Tuesday, the government asked device makers in India to collate all information about the available stock of ventilators by 1 April, as well as their scope to manufacture additional machines.
The meeting was chaired by Ravinder, Joint Secretary, Technical Committee for Ventilators, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPITT), under the Ministry of Commerce.