KUWAIT CITY, Nov 5: KGL announced that it has participated at Kuwait Fire Station Department (KFSD) inaugural ceremony of machines’ workshop, which was held in presence of Deputy Prime Minister/ Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, HE Anas Al Saleh, General Manager of KFSD/General Khaled Al Mekrad and Engineer Suha Ashkanani, General Manager of Public Authority for Roads and Land Transportation, in addition to elite representation from the National Guards and Ministry of Internal Affairs leaderships as well as KGL Managers.
In its statement, KGL asserted its full support to KFSD, whereas it has allocated an elite expert and professional team to maintain KFSD machines while making sure they are fully ready to respond to emergencies during winter.
KGL further elaborated that all necessary precautions have been taken in consideration to avoid the difficulties KFSD has faced last year; whereas necessary arrangements have been applied in providing the latest advanced and exclusive machines on Kuwait and regional levels.
These new machines are highly equipped with developed pumps to withdraw excess water, the matter that would facilitate KFSD prime goal to maintain the safety of both compatriots and expats while simultaneously contributing in minimizing traffic jams resulted from roads’ flood.
From his end, Engineer Mohamed Mirza, Executive Manager for Technical Services at KGL said: “we take pride in unifying efforts with KFSD and to play a pivotal role in implementing safety measurements to avoid incidents resulted from winter rain. Mirza further elaborated by confirming KGL’s appreciation to the devotion of KFSD team’s members and their esteemed efforts in prioritizing people’s safety during incidents.
He said: “we are fully aware of dangers facing our heroes while dealing with difficulties and disasters with determination and courage; it adds to our responsibility to support KFSD as well as all the national institutions, by employing our expertise and resources at their service so we can contribute in facilitating their jobs, while catering to their needs to fully equipped machines that are tailor-made according to the latest technologies.