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Garudavega ships oxygen concentrators to India


Press Release, May 13, 2021, 3:22 PM IST

Mangaluru: COVID-19 resurgence has had a devastating impact across the globe. India is facing a dire health crisis as the number of cases continues to rise unabated. The shortage of medical oxygen for patients has become a serious cause of concern.

In order to help with the situation, GarudaVega has started shipping Oxygen concentrators between customer to customer (C2C) on a non-profit (at cost) basis through their website www.garudavega.com.

Persons wishing to avail the Pallet cargo/commercial shipments would need to send an e-mail  to [email protected]  with the contact details.

The firm has also launched a new portal offering USA-to-Anywhere and USA Domestic shipping services at the lowest prices with a ‘Free’ pickup option. Additional discounts will be offered to corporate institutions

Customers can create and schedule a shipment for drop-off or pick up and print the label on their portal.

About Garudavega:

Garudavega is a fast, quick, reliable and trustworthy international courier service that has over 250 branches across India, including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and the states of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana and Kerala.

Shipments can be delivered from India to over 200 countries in the world including USA, UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Middle East etc.

GarudaVega considers that it is not just a delivery service, but a bridge between you and your loved ones in a distant land.

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