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NAVI MUMBAI: Valvoline Cummins Private Limited (VCPL) under its CSR initiative opened the Muskaan Clinic at Kalamboli in Navi Mumbai, dedicated to mechanics, truckers and their families.
The clinic was inaugurated by Dr. Arun Koli District Health Officer Raigad. Speaking on the inauguration, Dr Koli said it was unique concept of VCPL to provide state of the art health-care services to the deserving population”. He assured that Government will provide all support to facilitate the operations of the clinic and assistance in provision of specialized services to the patients.
Sandeep Kalia, the Chief Operating Officer, VCPL on the occasion informed the august gathering about Corporate Social Responsibility specially on health-care services provided by VCPL to the targeted populations. Mr. Kalia launched the unique ID registration card for the mechanics and truckers. He informed the audience that with card facility truck drivers and mechanics can avail the services from other VCPL clinics established in other parts of the country including Vijayawada, Dankuni, Delhi and Kanpur besides Kalamboli.
Valvoline Cummins Private Limited had associated with TCI Foundation to operate all these clinics across the nation. Speaking on the occasion Dr. Munish Chander, Head TCI Foundation, informed the guests that Foundation will provide best services to the identified community and refer them to associated hospitals for specialized services. A street play was organized during the event to disseminate education to the invited guests. The function was attended by senior functionaries of VCPL, star dealers and distributors along with large gathering of mechanics, long distance truck drivers and their families.