Bhubaneswar: India’s second largest carmaker and largest exporter, Hyundai Motor India Limited responded to devastating Cyclone FANI by handing over a Cheque of Rs. 1 Crore to the Odisha Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF). Mr. Stephen Sudhakar J Sr. Vice President Administration, along with senior officials from the company and dealer principals of Utkal Hyundai & Aditya Hyundai, met the Honourable Chief Minister, Shri Naveen Patnaik, to hand over the cheque. HMIL is the first automobile company to contribute to the fund. Additionally, along with it’s dealers, HMIL is partnering multiple local NGO’s in their relief work, by extending monetary and material help, to restore normalcy in the state.
Always at the forefront of lending a helping hand, HMIL has contributed to the CM’s Relief fund of Tamil Nadu in 2015 during the floods & in 2018 during cyclone Gaja and to the CM’s Relief fund of Kerala in 2018, during the floods.
Hyundaihas earlier created Relief task Force to enhance the scope of activities and services for vehicle owners affected by theFani Cyclone in Odisha and West Bengal states. Hyundai has stationed dedicated emergency road service team to support the Fani Cyclone affected customer’s vehicles along with 26 flatbed trucks and 21 Towing Trucks.