, a two-person-carry aid system, announced its provision of Fleetseats to Ukraine to aid in the transport of injured frontline soldiers and assist with the rescue or evacuation of civilians.

The founders of SYPAQ, George and David Vicino, have drawn on years of experience developing innovative solutions to solve real world problems to create the Fleetseat, which is a dedicated two-person-carry aid designed to provide a fast, efficient and safe way of transporting people with lower limb or mobility issues. Its lightweight and compact design ensures that it can be easily carried by soldiers or first responders, ensuring that it is always on hand when needed.

“We are honoured to be able to support the Ukrainian people in their fight for freedom and independence,” said Luke Versace, Fleetseat Chief Executive Officer. “We recognise the importance of providing aid to those on the front line and also to the civilian population, and we hope that this donation will help to make a positive impact in the lives of those affected by the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.”

Ambassador of Ukraine to Australia, His Excellency Vasyl Myroshnychenko said “Ukraine is grateful for the support from the team at Fleetseat. This unique product will literally save lives and make a real difference on the ground. This kind gesture is yet another example of the enduring mateship between Australia and Ukraine.”

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