New emergency aid unit for the Salvation Army Australia

FedEx Express (FedEx) has presented the Australian Salvation Army Emergency Services (SAES) division with a disaster recovery unit (DRU) fitted out with the latest equipment to assist disaster response personnel in reacting to emergencies that could include earthquakes, floods, fires or other scenarios.
Built in Brisbane, the Australian DRU is one of the two largest of the units donated around the world by FedEx. The five-tonne truck, which is approximately eight metres long and three metres high, carries both the FedEx and Salvation Army logos and will display the motto

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