Providing relief supplies and tractors for damage recovery
Namwon Banji-myeon, Jeonbuk, was declared a disaster prone area in August 2020 due to torrential rains and the collapse of the Seomjingang River embankment. On August 13th, TYM provided relief supplies to 300 victims of severe damage in Namwon, Jeonbuk.
Jang Jong-seok, the head of myeon, who received relief supplies from Namwon City, immediately provided support from TYM after learning of the damage, which was very helpful. On behalf of the victims, I am very grateful.
TYM has also prepared tractors to support the restoration of damaged farmland and vinyl houses. A TYM official said the TYM tractor, which will be supported for damage recovery, will focus on removing debris such as farmland and housing by attaching loaders to the front. In addition to areas declared as an emergency disaster area, the TYM tractor plans to expand free services through TYM branches across the country.
It also said it will repair engine oil, filters and mission oil free of charge by the end of September for flooded TYM agricultural machinery across the country. The target model is an agricultural machine produced and sold by TYM, which is broken due to flooding, and can be serviced through 8 degree TYM branches and 150 dealerships nationwide. In particular, it is said that the service can be received if you use Oriental products regardless of the total deduction of agricultural machinery.
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