Krungsri Motorcycle provides respiratory masks to motorcycle riders and passengers to support their health and well-being

General Press Releases Thursday February 6, 2020 14:49
Bangkok--6 Feb--FleishmanHillard

Krungsri Motorcycle, a leader in motorcycle finance under Bank of Ayudhya PCL, led by Mrs. Kittiya Srisanit (second from left), Head of Krungsri Auto Group, Bank of Ayudhya PCL, provided 6,000 N95 respiratory masks to motorcycle riders and passengers at Ploenchit intersection, Wireless road, to protect their well-being during the current PM 2.5 air pollution situation, which is considered dangerous for those with constant exposure with the toxic dust from their daily journeys on the roads.

Krungsri Motorcycle management team also offered respiratory masks to parents, teachers and students of Suanlumpinee School and Security Joint Operations Command, King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital to support the health of nearby communities and officers.

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