RD350 & YZF-R1 maker Yamaha India does its bit towards fight against COVID-19

Yamaha, India: RD350 and YZF-R1 manufacturers generously donate to fight COVID-19

Indian motorcycle enthusiasts know a lot about Yamaha’s legendary RD 350 and RX-100 two-stroke motorcycles, and they are well aware of YZF-R15, India’s best-handling motorcycle for more than a decade. Of course, YZF-R1, YZF-R6 and V-Max are also some of Yamaha, whose posters decorate the bedroom walls of millions of young motorcycle fans. The point is: Yamaha continues to inspire countless people to do better. Today, the company has added another feather to that hat, and it doesn’t even need a motorcycle to do it (basically, they silently reiterated the fact that you don’t actually need “Ride for career“It’s hundreds of groups, but this is another day’s topic.) Yamaha in India just handed a cheque of 2.5 million rupees to the local chief executive Gautam Buddh Nagar to support the Uttar Pradesh government against COVID 19.

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Mr. Sanjiv Paul, Senior Vice President of Yamaha Motor India and Mr. Vimal Raina, Vice President of Yamaha Motor India, handed over the cheque to Mr. Suhas Lalinakere Yathiraj, Gautam Buddh Nagar District Administrator, Uttar Pradesh, to support the government’s efforts to control Covid-19 in the state Of proliferation. The 2.5 million rupees have been donated to the UP CM Distress Relief Fund.

Mr. Suhas Lalinakere Yathiraj, Mr. Gautam Buddh Nagar UP of DM received cheques of Rs 2.5 lakh from Mr. Sanjiv Paul, Senior Vice President of Yamaha India, and Mr. Vimal Raina

Mr. Suhas Lalinakere Yathiraj of DM, Mr. Gautam Buddh Nagar of UP received a cheque of Rs 2.5 million from Mr. Sanjiv Paul, Senior Vice President of Yamaha India, and Mr. Vimal RainaYamaha India

Yamaha announced earlier (May 9) that its regular employees, including white-collar and blue-collar employees, as well as some trainees at the locations of these three factories [Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), and Faridabad (Haryana)], Chennai’s corporate office and offices across India donated a total of Rs 615 million to support the government’s fight against the pandemic. As mentioned earlier, 2.5 million rupees were donated to UP CM’s disaster relief fund; 2.5 million rupees were donated to Tamilnadu CM’s public relief fund, and the remaining 1.15 million rupees were donated to PM Cares Fund.

On May 19, Yamaha India also resumed operations at its Kanchipuram plant. The company obtained permission from the tax and disaster management department of Kancheepuram District on May 5, and then began to take comprehensive measures, including health monitoring, social alienation and other measures, preparing to resume factory operations. , Maintain hygiene; self, family, colleagues, transportation and workplace safety

Yamaha also added that although its headquarters in Chennai also resumed operations on the same day, under the current circumstances, the company continues to pay attention to the “work at home” of all employees. Only functions that require the actual participation of employees can be run from the office.

In fact, almost 50% of Yamaha dealerships in the country have also reopened in accordance with government guidelines, and the company is taking all precautions in its showrooms, workshops and spare parts counters to ensure safety and protect customers and employees.

If your nearest Yamaha service center is not yet open, don’t worry because Yamaha is closely monitoring the situation. Once the government sends a green signal to restart operations, the remaining dealers and the other two factories will reopen. These locations.

Okay, all of this sounds good, Yamaha. Now, how to bring SR 400 to India? Or at least one of them-9 bicycles Yamaha should bring to India: YZF-R6, MT-03, Super Tenere, etc.!

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