In the fight against the global Covid 19 Pandemic, Superfoam Limited donates 50 specially designed hospital mattresses to the Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi.
Quality rest is the most essential part of the recovery process and by this donation, Superfoam Limited wants to ensure that the Coronavirus patients at Kenyatta National Hospital have better rest, sleep and therefore quick recovery.
The Ruiru based mattress manufacturer has exhibited massive support and responsibility towards curbing this pandemic. This donation is just but one of the kind gestures exhibited by the company as they are seen donating mattress to MP Shah Hospital, providing surgical masks for health workers in needy hospitals etc in fight of the pandemic.
“At Superfoam Ltd, we believe it is our obligation and duty as a responsible corporate organization to join the Nation in fighting Covid-19 . As a manufacturer of quality sleep products in Kenya for the last 3 decades we want to help to ensure the patients in isolation are well rested and comfortable to speed up their recovery process and to protect the whole nation as well.” Meeraj Shah, CEO – Superfoam Ltd.
“The Kenyatta Hospital fraternity thanks Superfoam Limited for this significant gesture, the mattresses donated are specifically designed for the patients and will be distributed across all isolation centers in the country. This will enable the centers and the nation at large in terms of preparedness and readiness to fight the pandemic “Dr. Evanson Kamuri – Kenyatta Hospital CEO.
“Superfoam is doing everything within our means to join the nation in fighting this plight. We are working on various initiatives both internally and externally to ensure that we support the government initiatives to tackle Covid-19. We want to assure Kenyans that we shall continue fighting this together till the end.’’ Reuben Nyaberi, HR Manager, Superfoam Ltd.
Superfoam Ltd is one of Kenya’s Largest Mattress manufacturers for over 37 years, urges Kenyans to take all the necessary precautionary measures put in place to curb the spread of the virus. Stay Safe.