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  • Toshiba Groups Response to COVID19

    Toshiba Group is responding to the global coronavirus pandemic with measures that prioritize the safety of our employees and their families, and of our customers and business partners. We continue to monitor the situation and to follow government guidance and instructions, while doing all we can to ensure business continuity.

    Group Activities

    The Toshiba Group is responding to COVID-19 in ways that ensure employee safety and contribute to society. Some examples can be seen here If you are interested in a specific group company, please contact them directly. You can find contact information here.



    • April 15, 2020 - Toshiba International Corporation Pty., Ltd. has introduced a voluntary flu vaccination initiative for employees for the first time. The program serves to protect the health of employees and also assist the community, as it aims to alleviate the strain on the healthcare system and protect the wider community during this pandemic.

    • March 10, 2020 - Toshiba Carrier Air-Conditioning Sales (Shanghai) Co., Ltd supports its dealers so that they can survive and recover from the coronavirus impact.
    • February 13, 2020 - Toshiba group companies and employees in China donated approximately CNY1,000,000 to support the fight against coronavirus. (press release: Japanese, Chinese)

    • May 29, 2020 - Toshiba JSW Power System Pvt. Ltd. pledged INR 5lakhs (US$6,649) to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Relief Fund to support the fight against COVID-19, and donated INR 25lakhs (US$33,245) overall to various Chief Minister Relief Funds (press release)
    • May 14, 2020 - Toshiba group companies have donated approximately INR 1.95 crores (US$259,305) during the current crisis, towards the fight against the pandemic as well as other CSR activities approved by the government of India (press release)

    • May 11, 2020 - PT. Toshiba Asia Pacific Indonesia extended aid to 12 villages located in Tanjung Jati and Cirebon, providing masks, hand sanitizers and other essentials to help the local community in the fight against the coronavirus.

    • June 1, 2020 - Toshiba Tec Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. conducted a month-long donation drive to support “Zoo Negara Adopt an Animal Initiative”. The zoo will use the funds to maintain the animals’ food, enrichment and veterinary care, during this challenging period, as ticket sales have been affected. A cheque will be presented to a representative of Zoo Negara in early July 2020.

    • March 24, 2020 - Toshiba Information Equipment (Philippines), Inc. donated personal protective equipment to essential frontline medical workers. The equipment was presented to various hospitals through local governments and the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA).

    • May 11, 2020 – In partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board, Toshiba TEC Singapore Pte Ltd joined 12 other companies in donating 100,000 KN95 masks and five tonnes of hand sanitizer to the Batam City government, in support of frontline healthcare workers in Batam, Indonesia.

    • May 13, 2020 - Toshiba Carrier (Thailand) Co., Ltd (TCTC) presented food items to Bangkadi Municipal Office, Pathum Thani Province. The food essentials, including canned fish, sugar and rice, were delivered to people in the district whose livelihood have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. TCTC has been actively involved in CSR activities such as environmental education in schools for children in Bangkadi Municipality, and the company will continue to look for ways to support the community.


    • May 22, 2020 - Toshiba Gulf FZE (TGFZ) ensured the safety of its employees, customers and visitors with a deep cleaning sanitization drive that included precautionary disinfection of the entire premises. This voluntary action reassured employees and won the appreciation of the Jebel Ali Free Zone governing body. (press release)

    • May 6, 2020 - Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Italia S.r.l. is supporting the front-line, essential workers who put their own lives at risk to protect ours. Employees are donating part of their paid vacation days to a local hospital, Vimercate Hospital. A donation equal to the paid leave amount will help the hospital to purchase materials needed to fight COVID-19.

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