Mercedes-Benz Vietnam response on COVID-19

Updates on Mercedes-Benz network operations

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Updates on Mercedes-Benz network operations

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we wanted to assure you that our number one priority is to protect the health and wellbeing of our people, partners, customers, and broader community. Amid this fast-changing situation, we want you to know how much we appreciate your support and commitment throughout.

We strongly recommend checking your local authorized retailer’s website or contacting them directly to confirm their hours of operation. These services will remain available:

  • Service 24h
  • Technical hotline

4/5/2020


 

4/5/2020


 

Continued effort with 1-day salary donation

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Our continued effort with 1-day salary donation

In addition to meal donation, the Mercedes-Benz Vietnam team also offers financial support to the local authority in the effort to prevent and limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many  employees voluntarily contributed one-day worth of their salary to the campaign. This amount was also doubled as a total donation by the company. The total value came up to more than 1.1 billion Vietnam Dong. On May 4, 2020, Mr. Brad Kelly, CEO of Mercedes-Benz Vietnam, on behalf of the company and employees, donated to the Fatherland Front Committee of Ho Chi Minh City.

The Committee of Fatherland Front Ho Chi Minh City is responsible for receiving and distributing funds used for preventing and tackling COVID-19 in Ho Chi Minh City.

10/4/2020


 

10/4/2020


 

What we do to help during the COVID-19 pandemic

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What we do to help during the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 and social distancing have caused extreme hardships for the most vulnerable. With that in mind, we at Mercedes-Benz Vietnam have pledged to help.

The staff of Mercedes-Benz Vietnam is preparing around 23,000 meals in April and delivering to multiple shelters, orphanages, and charitable organizations in Ho Chi Minh City. Packed in eco-friendly lunchboxes, the meals are meant to help orphans and elder people with hardships during this trying time.

Mercedes-Benz would like to thank the SOS Children's Village (Gò Vấp district), Tre Xanh shelter (district 1), Diệu Giác shelter (district 2), Saigon Railway Station shelter (district 3), Ánh Sáng shelter (district 3), Hướng Dương shelter (district 6), Long Hoa orphanage (district 7), Ngọc Quang temple (district 8), Lâm Quang pagoda (district 8), and Thiên Ân shelter (Tân Phú district) for making this opportunity possible.

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To strengthen the commitment to the common good, Mercedes-Benz Vietnam has also donated to the COVID-19 fund administered by the local authority. Every employee has voluntarily contributed one day of the April paycheck, which is then matched dollar-for-dollar by the company itself. This joint effort has brought the total contribution to more than VND 1.1bn.

On May 4, 2020, Brad Kelly, CEO, has donated the money on behalf of MBV members at the Committee of Father Land’s Front, the office responsible for accepting and distributing COVID-19 donations in Ho Chi Minh City.

With a robust belief in the power of sharing, Mercedes-Benz will do our best to help those in need.

Media:

Nguyen Minh Tuan, +84 28 35889419 - tuan.nguyen_minh@daimler.com

Dam My Duyen , +84 28 35889418 - duyen.dam_my@daimler.com