Grupo Azvi and its subsidiaries in México, Construcciones Urales and Cointer México, have offered the Mexican administration the use of an emergency unit to help in the removal of rubble and material in Mexico City
The unit, which is operational 24 hours a day, is made up of a 10 person crew on day shift and 11 working nights, as well as specialist crane drivers and heavy machinery operators using tow trucks, hydraulic lifts, radial arm saws and other useful handheld tools. Electrical, gas and water generators have also been donated, along with safety equipment such as masks, gloves, goggles, etc. for those working in the removal of rubble.
Donations of food and other necessities have been handed to donation and distribution centres set up to help those in need.