It has been more than a month since July 4 when heavy rains centered in southern Kumamoto-ken in Kyushu, Japan. Haier Japan supported the disaster area a total of 40 Haier brand appliances including refrigerators, freezers and washing machines.
In Kumamoto-ken, about 1,400 people are still living in shelters. Relentless rain and pandemic enlarged the food storage and large-scale freezing needs of users in the disaster area, as well as the demand for healthy laundry. Haier Japan quickly set up health scenarios for shelters and volunteer centers through Haier brand appliances.
For instance, the refrigerated and frozen storage of Haier freezer meets the needs of storing a variety of food materials. In the laundry health scenario, users in the disaster area can also clean and sterilize clothes through Haier washing machines.
Previously, Haier Japan raised 100k masks for users. Haier Japan always pay attention to social needs in real time, fulfills corporate social responsibility, and continue to lead against the downward trend.