Despite the difficulties faced by Ukrainian businesses during wartime, Sem Ecopack continues to actively work and conquer new heights. In December 2022, the company paid the highest amount of taxes to the Sambir territorial community.
The humanitarian aid for hospitals in Sambir was handed over by the CEO of Sem Ecopack, Sergiy Rudkovsky, together with the Mayor of Sambir, Yuriy Hamar.
The aid was donated by our friends from France: Association Occitalien, Alliance Occitanie Ukraine, Solidarité avec l'Ukraine Tarn-et-Garonne, with the support of Pascal Serrier from Montauban.
Overall, the following items were donated: functional medical beds, walkers, toilet chairs, mobile stretcher chairs, sodium chloride solution, hydrogel solution with alcohol, orthopedic elements, medical devices for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of various conditions for different departments.
"The land of Sambir welcomed us as a relocated enterprise very warmly and sincerely. We feel like a significant and integral part of the community. And we will do everything possible to support the community as much as we can, especially during this difficult period. Today's delivery of humanitarian aid is a good example of the correct interaction between Ukrainian businesses, our international clients, and local authorities," said the CEO, Sergiy Rudkovsky.
Special thanks to the transportation company PrAT TEK "Zakhidukrtrans" Westukrtrans for their help in delivering the cargo from France.
We thank the People's Self-Defense of Lviv Region and the director of PrAT Sambir Instrument-Making Plant "OMEGA," Petro Mykhailovych Moshumansky, for their support.