SRAM & MRAM Group, a leading conglomerate along with ATD Group, which has been instrumental in supporting India to upgrade its healthcare segment, has set up a new Oxygen manufacturing plant in Sikar (Rajasthan). The latest installation drive is a part under “fast-track mode” to assist hospitals facing an acute shortage of medical oxygen in view of surging cases of coronavirus. The move comes as the state was scrambling to shore up supplies of medical oxygen to hospitals in multiple places.
Sikar Rajasthan – Oxygen Plant
As the state was struggling with the second wave of corona virus infection and hospitals in the state were reeling under a shortage of medical oxygen, to overcome the crisis, the group is working on installing a number of plants all across the different cities of Rajasthan and is actively in touch with the state governments, to upgrade the healthcare system, aiming at making the state ready to fight for future challenges.
In order to scale-up and marshal to combat the resources for the expected third wave, the local government is proactively rebuilding the health infrastructure. The Government of Rajasthan has been setting up Oxygen Plants across the state in association with SRAM & MRAM with ATD Group, and is committed to incorporating healthcare amenities in the state hospitals as well.
Dedicated to supporting the cause with maximum wavelength, SRAM & MRAM is committed to helping the nation fight the current onslaught of the deadly pandemic and in the coming time. SRAM & MRAM Group along with ATD Group has been aiding in setting up of local health structure. The group has been working actively and will be setting up nearly 60 plants. The group has successfully installed its recent plant at Sikar (Rajasthan), which will be operational shortly. The plant is capable to produce 150 units of oxygen cylinders in a day.
The initiative has been well appreciated by the masses and will help the citizens of Rajasthan to have a well-equipped and upgraded amenity helping in the preparedness for any upcoming threat.