HONOLULU – As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) is continuing to provide ongoing support to many local organizations and nonprofits. Today, Servco announced that it has partnered with Toyota Motors North America (TMNA) to donate at least 500 face shields to the Hawaii Healthcare Emergency Management Coalition. This partnership is in addition to Servco’s “in-kind” donations of vehicles to organizations like the Hawaii Foodbank and Aloha Harvest.
“With Toyota’s plants idled, they are eager to contribute their expertise and know-how in order to help quickly bring to market the medical supplies and equipment needed to combat the COVID-19 crisis,” said Mark Fukunaga, chairman & CEO of Servco Pacific Inc. “We’re grateful to TMNA for providing us with face shields for Hawaii’s health care works and look forward to working more with them to provide essential items to help combat COVID-19 in our islands.”
Last month, TMNA suspended production at all of its automobile and component plants in North America. At certain plants it has started making 3-D printed face shields and ventilators. Servco is also working with Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan to acquire additional PPE and sanitation supplies.