Sets up “Punsuk Pantries” across Thailand to help Thai people
Bangkok, Thailand – August 2, 2021 – Mazda Sales Thailand together with Mazda dealers nationwide continues its community sharing project, “Mazda Punsuk 2” by setting up the “Punsuk Pantries” in front of Mazda showroom throughout August 2021 for sharing foods, medicines and daily necessities to people affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. The Covid-19 preventive measures are also strictly applied. Mazda insists to fully support Thai people to get through this situation together.
Mr. Chanchai Trakarnudomsuk, President of Mazda Sales (Thailand) Co. Ltd., said, “It has been more than two years since the emergence of COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand which has a huge impact on Thai people’s lives. Mazda hope Thai people to get through this situation together once again, we therefore continue our project called, “Mazda Punsuk 2” by setting up “Punsuk Pantries” (meaning pantries of sharing) in front of Mazda showroom as a channel for sharing daily necessities for people who are in needs across the country. The project will be starting on 1 August 2021 until 31 August 2021. Mazda believes that with a little support from all sectors, it will become a great force and will encourage us to get through this situation together once again.
The “Mazda Punsuk” began on June 2020 with an objective to share and help people in Thailand who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, Mazda held this project for a second year by setting up the “Punsuk Pantries” in front of Mazda showroom in Bangkok and upcountry for sharing consumer goods i.e., rice, convenience foods, surgical mask, alcohol-based hand gel, medicines and necessary items. Moreover, Mazda would like to invite everyone to share items by putting daily necessities in the “Punsuk Pantries”. Mazda has strictly implemented public health safety measures by spraying disinfectant at the “Punsuk Pantries” every 1-2 hours and placing social distancing measures in order to make sure that people will be safe from the COVID-19.
Mazda would like to be a part for helping people to get through this difficult time. Mazda commits to support Thai people in every difficult situation so that they could have a better quality of lives and live happily in the society. It is consistent with Mazda’s long term vision, the “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030” for earth, society and people.