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    PT Len and PT Inti Send Assistance to Donggala


    BANDUNG-PT Indonesia Telecommunications Industry (Persero) namely INTI, and PT Len Industri (Persero) or also known as Len, collaborated to send humanitarian assistance in the form of 300 INTI-LEN Smart Lighting units (SMILE) to victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi. The product in the form of a mini-sized solar lamp produced as a result of INTI and Len cooperation has been sent by sailed on Tuesday, October 02 2018.

    "We collaborate to provide something that is really needed by the Palu community and its surroundings at this time, namely lighting," explained the INTI President Director Darman Mappangara, Thursday (04/10).

    In each unit, a product called SMILE is equipped with three LEDs which are equivalent to a 20 Watt lamp that can run up to 18 hours. In addition, this SMILE also has a number of specifications needed under conditions of lack of electricity supply. Because, this SMILE absorbs sunlight which is converted as electrical energy, while storing it as an energy reserve in the battery.

    This allows the Palu community to charge electronic device batteries, such as mobile phones and laptops, as well as get lighting. In fact, this 2.3-kilogram product is also equipped with radio so that the Palu community can still get access to information.

    "Access to electricity, communication with outside areas, and lighting are important points that concern us," explained Darman.

    The humanitarian aid packaged in 75 large boxes was sent through the Ujung Barat Pier, Muara Baru Harbor, Penjaringan, North Jakarta, using the Baruna Jaya 1 Ship.

    The plan, the assistance will arrive at Pantoloan Port, Palu, Central Sulawesi, in approximately six days. After arriving, these 300 SMILE units will be submitted to the Telkom Post

    Palu Donggala Disaster Emergency Response, as the coordinator of humanitarian assistance appointed by the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN), to later be distributed to the local community. "This is a tangible manifestation of INTI and Len present to the country," he said. jo

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