Arena Hospitality Group and Kamgrad Buy Disinfection Devices for Pula Hospital

Daniela Rogulj

April 8, 2020 – Arena Hospitality Group and Kamgrad have teamed up to buy room sanitation devices for the Pula General Hospital. 

Following the recent donation of LCD TVs and meals, i.e., lunch packages for hospital staff at Pula General Hospital, the Arena Hospitality Group is giving additional assistance to the Pula General Hospital, and thus to the local community and population.

Namely, HRTurizam reports that in cooperation with the hospital and their expressed need, together with its long-time partner Kamgrad d.o.o., one of the leading domestic companies in the construction sector, has decided to finance the purchase of medical equipment, i.e., UVDI-360 room sanitation devices to combat COVID-19 infection as efficiently as possible. The total amount of HRK 362,500 will be financed in the ratio of 50%/50% between Kamgrad and Arena.

The UVDI-360 room sanitation device is the best-selling device of its type in the world, Europe and Croatia, and is a standalone wheeled starter equipped with 4 UV-C bulbs with the 360-degree operation and infrared motion sensors. The device comes with its own software with time management capabilities and a remote control capable of turning the device on for a distance of at least 15 m.

“I am happy that we can continue to help the hospital and the community in which we live,” said Arena Hospitality Group CEO Mr. Reli Slonim, adding that he is proud and grateful for the efforts of AHG employees who have worked hard to help prepare food for staff, and cleaning and maintaining the hospital space. “I would also like to thank the Kamenski family who has committed themselves to support the purchase of the much-needed devices for the Pula hospital, and I am pleased that our cooperation over the years has reached a level where we can collectively be of help during difficult times. I want to believe that the device will not have to be used much in these circumstances, that these difficult times will soon be behind us and that we will return to our happy and healthy everyday lives.”

“In these extraordinary and difficult moments, we especially appreciate the efforts healthcare professionals are making in treating their patients, so we are pleased that with this donation, we can help Pula General Hospital continue its excellent work. We also thank our long-term partner AHG for your support and cooperation, and we hope that together, even after these extraordinary circumstances cease, we will continue to cooperate and assist all those in need,” said Kamagrad director, Mr. Domagoj Kamenski.

And with this donation, AHG and Kamgrad reaffirm their social responsibility and commitment to the shared well-being of the local community in which these businesses operate and employ the locals.

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