ANSA Motors donated 800 gallons of sanitiser as well as storage and dispensing apparatus to the Maxi Taxi Association.
In a release Thursday, Ansa said this donation will be used for sanitising Maxi Taxi units and facilities for two of the busiest routes in the country, Route 1 (yellow band) and Route 2 (red band).
Director Ansa Motor’s commercial division, Rishi Basdeo, said the pre-mixed sanitiser is of medical grade and safe to use in their operating environment and similar to what is currently used by Ansa Motors to sanitise vehicles in the National Ambulance Service and hospitals.
Both Eon Hewitt and Linus Phillips of the Maxi Taxi Association executive team were thankful for the gesture. They said this contribution came at the right time when the economy was being reopened in phases and the association wanted to protect both the travelling public and their members against Covid19.
Ansa Motors also provided hand sanitisers, manufactured by Carib Brewery, for use in the administration offices of the association, as well as disposable gloves and face masks.