Sonalika Tractors launches vaccination campaign for its employees and partner dealers

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Sonalika Tractors launched a vaccination campaign for its employees, distribution partners and teams in April 2021 and the initiative has already delivered vaccines to more than 5,400 employees to date. The company aims to vaccinate all of its workforce by the end of May 2021.


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Raman Mittal, Executive Director of the Sonalika Group with the Tiger electric tractor

Sonalika Tractors launched a vaccination campaign for its employees, dealer staff and distribution partners last month and now reports that the initiative has already helped more than 5,400 people get vaccinated, regardless of their age. Sonalika hopes to vaccinate its entire workforce by the end of May 2021. The company has said it will cover the full cost of the vaccination as well.

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Raman Mittal, Executive Director of Sonalika Group, said: “India is going through one of the worst times in its history and it is time for all of us to come together to help our country recover. Today, the health of each is of paramount importance and vaccination would help win the war against the current predicament, where sales are now secondary. As a responsible company, we launched a vaccination campaign last month aimed at covering every employee, distribution partner and their team to convince the current and more difficult second wave of the pandemic.

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Separately, Sonalika Tractors sold 9,130 ​​units in April 2021 and, while this may seem like a staggering growth of over 800% from April 2020, it should be noted as an anomaly as the government had put an unprecedented lockdown on it. last year, as India battled the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. To put the sales figures into perspective, Sonalika recorded a 30.26% drop in sales in April 2021, compared to 13,093 units sold in March 2021. Sales fell last month as India rocked. by a second wave of the pandemic. much more deadly than before and this has led many states to impose lockdowns to varying degrees.

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