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Providing a “ray of hope” for victims of recent earthquake in Ecuador

Victims of the Ecuador earthquake receive much needed amenities from Oswaldo Arteaga (center, red shirt), a Universal Logistics employee and native of Ecuador.

Oswaldo Arteaga, our Office Manager – Toronto Airport and a native of Ecuador, rushed home after an earthquake devastated his homeland on April 16.  More than 500 people lost their lives, including Oswaldo’s aunt and her husband, who perished when their house collapsed.

Oswaldo, who was accompanied by his girlfriend, helped out by distributing food, water and other amenities to those who needed immediate aid.  He said it was “a great honour to help the many souls that were in desperate need of personal aid.”

Oswaldo also thanked the employees of Universal Logistics for making financial donations that allowed him to go far beyond what he initially hoped to achieve.  “My relatives back home and my immediate family here in Canada will forever hold immense gratitude toward the entire Universal team,” he said.
 

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