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Matson continues to deliver supplies to storm-ravaged CNMI

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Playing a major role in post Super Typhoon Yutu recovery, Matson Navigation continues to deliver much needed necessities to the islands of Tinian and Saipan.

Bernadette Valencia, Vice President of Matson spoke to a group of Rotarians explaining how they worked quickly to set up a mobile air traffic control tower and continue to help local nonprofits ship donations up north. "The next few slides are really about all the community efforts that has been done and this isn't just Matson, this is all of you guys the Rotary club of Guam and all the other industries, and businesses you're involved in,  Ayuda is one foundation we work with even before a storm hits," said Valencia.

Valencia says they also coordinate with government agencies to provide relief and are proud to provide this service to the Marianas.

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