DUBAI: National Air Cargo (NAC), which operates on-demand cargo, passenger charter and scheduled passenger services from its hub at Orlando Sanford International Airport in the US, has thanked Dubai Police for its extraordinary efforts in maintaining public and containing the coronavirus pandemic.
Jacob Matthew, President of NAC which runs its regional operations from the Dubai Airport Free Zone (DAFZA), has expressed his overwhelming appreciations for the outstanding services provided by the authorities to people in the emirate during the lockdown period and the extra efforts made to normalize business operations.
NAC, as a token of appreciation and its commitment to community services, has donated over 100,000 masks and gloves for distribution to the frontline health and safety teams and support personnel in the emirate. He added: “We are donating the PPEs as a token of our appreciation for the sacrifices made by Dubai’s finest.”
Jacob Matthew, President of NAC, Alan White, Vice President of NAC, Retd Major General Mahesh Senanayake and Youssef Beydoun presented the truckload of safety personal protection equipment to Major General Abdullah Hussain Ali Khan, Brigadier Dr Abdulla Al Raeisi and Major Dr Mansour Al Mulla at the Dubai Police Headquarters.
As Dubai has resumed private sector businesses to 100 per cent capacity on June 3, NAC says Dubai Police and those on the frontlines have played a pivotal role in the lockdown period to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. Along with the healthcare personnel and municipal bodies, Dubai Police ensured the pandemic does not spread to a larger population. NAC has been instrumental in the transport of essential equipment and medicines worldwide since the onset of the global lockdown in March second week. It has remained committed to its corporate social responsibilities.