DSI Tyres donates Multipara Monitors worth Rs 4.8M to Gampaha DGH

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Oct 11 2021

Continuing its drive towards social responsibility projects and solidifying its position as a pioneer in tyre industry, DSI Tyres recently donated Rs 4.8 million worth of Philips Multipara Monitors to the Gampaha District General Hospital (DGH).

The donation was made on the initiative of Ranatunga Rajapakse, Managing Director of DSI Samson Group (Pvt) Ltd. Coming at a time when the country is battling virulent strains of COVID19 it was felt timely and relevant. 

The Monitors were handed over through the intervention of Dr Shiran Dias at a ceremony presided by M. H. Wasantha (General Manager of Human Resources at Samson Rubber Products), Amitha Kumara Lokuwithanage (Assistant General Manager of Human Resources) as well as Dr Saman Senanayake, Dr Mahesh and Dr Ileperuma. 

The Multipara Monitor indicates Heart rate, Central venous pressure, Non-invasive blood pressure, ECG, Oxygen saturation (SpO2) and Partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2). These monitors are crucial to Intensive Care Unit and contribute much towards the national campaign against virulent diseases such as COVID-19. The donation was thus felt as a much needed intervention by hospital officials. 

“DSI Tyres commits itself to the cause of our society. At a turbulent time like this, when everyone is in the throes of a dangerous virus, we are ready to come forward and help everyone get through. 

Indeed, at DSI Tyres we have ensured the health and safety of our employees, along with their job security,” stated Ranatunga Rajapakse. With a history of more than three decades, Samson Rubber Products exports tyre products to over 75 countries and supplies bicycle, motorcycle, trishaw and agricultural tyres as well as tubes to the local market. It enjoys a considerable reputation abroad and a significant market share at home.

CEYLON TODAY | Published: 2:00 AM Oct 11 2021

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