The 13 vehicles will be used for health, public services, and agricultural development worth 26.8 million pesos
He pointed out that the institution's health services constantly offer free medical consultations through Mobile Medical Units
As part of its commitment and social responsibility towards the state of Tabasco, the Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) CEO Octavio Romero Oropeza, handed over 13 vehicles for health, public services and agricultural development with a total value of 26.8 million pesos, which will benefit the people of Tabasco.
For the state government, PEMEX donated a vactor-type unit to the State's Water and Sanitation Commission, as well as an ambulance that was donated to the Ministry of Health, which will go to the Community Hospital of Jalapa.
Furthermore, the donations also benefited six municipalities by delivering 11 units, including: farming tractors, basket cranes, one garbage collection and compactor unit, one ambulance, and one tanker truck with a capacity of 10,000 liters, which were sent to the municipalities of Centro, Cunduacán, Jalpa de Méndez, Jonuta, Huimanguillo, and Nacajuca.
At the delivery ceremony, which was held in the esplanade of the Huimanguillo City Hall, Romero Oropeza expressed that, during the current administration, Petróleos Mexicanos has been working in coordination with the municipalities of the state, and the delivery of these donations seeks to make up for some of the contributions that Tabasco has made to the country, as it is currently the leading oil producer at domestic level.
The Pemex CEO also noted that one of the institution’s most important initiatives of social responsibility are the Mobile Medical Units, which constantly offer services to various communities in the form of free medical and dental care, as well as free medicine, while also offering workshops on preventative healthcare.
By presenting these donations, PEMEX reaffirms its commitment to the support of Tabasco and the municipalities in which it carries out its operations.