ABC Cargo leads relief efforts in UAE flood crisis

With thousands of food packages delivered, the company has not only provided sustenance but also a sense of hope to those facing the adversity of natural calamity

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Published: Tue 23 Apr 2024, 3:27 PM

Following unprecedented rainfall that submerged parts of the UAE, ABC Cargo has promptly mobilised its resources. The company has played a crucial role in providing relief to the flood-affected population by distributing essential food and supplies to thousands in need.

As the downpour caused widespread disruption to daily lives, ABC Cargo’s representatives were quick to respond. They navigated through the challenging conditions, reaching out to the hardest-hit areas to ensure that no one was left without aid. Their efforts over the last 4-5 days have been nothing short of commendable, as they actively participated in the relief operations, bringing comfort and support to the stranded in the flooded regions.


With thousands of food packages delivered, the company has not only provided sustenance but also a sense of hope to those facing the adversity of natural calamity. The management’s pledge to continue these socially activities highlights their long-term vision of community service and support.

ABC Cargo’s involvement extends beyond immediate disaster response. The company has shown how businesses can play a crucial role in societal welfare. Their ongoing dedication to socially responsible initiatives is a reflection of their core values and a commitment to making a tangible difference in people’s lives.


As the UAE begins to recover from the floods, the role of ABC Cargo will be remembered as a critical part of the narrative of resilience. Their actions have demonstrated that in times of need, solidarity and collective effort can triumph over adversity. The company’s resolve to continue its humanitarian efforts ensures that the spirit of giving and community support will endure, long after the waters recede.


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