The GPS devices will help the transport authorities monitor the movement of oxygen tankers.
The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) Maharashtra has raised Rs. 10 lakh to install GPS devices on 250 oxygen tankers.
The GPS devices will help the transport authorities monitor the movement of oxygen tankers as the state continues its fight against the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The devices are also expected to improve the turnaround time.
According to FADA Maharashtra Chairperson, Amar Jatin Sheth, the dealer body has already placed the order for the GPS devices and has started installing them on the tankers from this week.
Meanwhile, Mahindra has launched a free Oxygen on Wheels service to transport oxygen to hospitals that are facing shortages.
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