Jamshedpur, Jan. 1: CEO and managing director of Tata Steel T. V. Narendran alongwith the R N Sharma, the former managing director of Tinplate Company of India Limited took part in a formal New Year cake cutting ceremony to usher in 2020 at the sprawling lawns of the Centre for Excellence in Bistupur on Wednesday.
Addressing the august gathering Narendran said that despite challenging times the company did not slowdown in any of the work going on in the city and this demonstrates the commitment Tata Steel has. ” We are in a tough industry which is cyclical and where the nature and quality of competition keeps increasing so there are a lot of sacrifices the employees of Tata Steel are making to ensure that the company is profitable and sustainable and we would also urge the citizens of Jamshedpur to do what they can to help the city.
Tata Steel managing director TV Narendran on Sunday said that 2019 was challenging for Tata Steel yet it was successful. He extended his warm wishes to the people after a formal cake cutting ceremony to usher in 2020 at the lawns of Centre for Excellence. cut the new year cake amid the presence of an august gathering
comprising senior company officials, members of Tata Workers’ Union ( TWU), senior citizens, functionaries of Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry ( SCCI) and others.
He thanked the citizens of Jamshedpur and promised to keep the company’s commitment for working together with community , both during good and bad times.
“Like every year this year too we are looking forward to citizens’ support for creating a positive environment, where all can work as partners in making the city a better place, ” he said.
Meanwhile, throwing light on the path ahead for the Tata Steel in the new calendar year, the managing director said that the steel major would continue to do its work to protect the environment and serve the community. On this occasion he also issued advice for the people of the Steel City should focus on safety.
In his address to the senior citizens of Jamshedpur, he promised advanced infrastructure development with special focus on roads. Utility provider Jusco will carry out necessary works he noted. He also stressed on the need for participation by one and all for all-around growth of the city.
“With the co-operation of everyone we would like to take Jamshedpur to a different level and make it an attractive place,” he said addressing the august gathering.