2 New Ambulances From JNE Bandung Support Humanitarian Actions

JNE Bandung handed over two new ambulances to Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Bandung as a form of concern for the community. These ambulances will be used to support ACT's humanitarian activities.

ambulance from JNE Bandung
The handover of the ambulance from JNE Bandung to ACT Bandung. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, BANDUNG – JNE Bandung gave two ambulances to Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Bandung as a form of concern for the community. The handover took place at the JNE Setrasari Office in Bandung on Thursday (9/30/2021).

M. Feriadi, the President Director of JNE, says that the spirit of sharing that has accompanied JNE for 31 years follows the principles of the late JNE founder, H. Soeprapto Soeparno, namely giving, helping, and loving. Hence, these ambulances are a form of commitment to continue to provide the best service to customers. Hopefully, JNE continues to deliver happiness throughout Indonesia according to its slogan "Connectinghappiness".

“The activity and assistance provided are a form of support and concern of JNE. Hopefully, the assistance will always give benefit all stakeholders, both government agencies, private sector, and communities throughout Indonesia," said Feriadi.

JNE’s principle is also in line with the spirit of ACT for 17 years. ACT commits to continue to spread benefits to the community and to give care for others. Therefore, ACT appreciated this collaboration.

“Business and philanthropy collaboration is the thing to do. Sharing with others will bring tremendous blessings. Business growth is not only seen from what we get but how much we can give. I hope what JNE has done can be an inspiration for other entrepreneurs. Hopefully, this collaboration will continue to spread to other business actors, and the goodness will expand," Ibnu added.

These ambulances will also provide the medical needs of the patients at Rumah Singgah Bunda fostered by ACT Bandung. This collaboration between JNE and ACT is not the first time. Previously, JNE and ACT had collaborated on national disaster programs, building wells in remote areas, and distributing Qurbani meat to remote areas in Indonesia. []