Dr Arvind Sundarrajan, Head APAC region, Applied Materials Inc., Singapore, visit to TPI
Dr Arvind Sundarrajan visiting TPI - Dr Arvind Sundarrajan visitingTPI
L-R : Mr Dorairajan, Dr Arvind Sundarrajan, MP Shankar, Mr VN Sundarrajan, MP Krishnan
Dr Arvind Sundarrajan, Head Asia Pacific, Applied Materials Inc., visited
TPI on July 7th 2016 . During his visit, TPI team presented to him the
profile of the company, current market challenges and opportunities in the
moulding industry , polymers being processed and problems faced with
materials. The highlight of the visit was the tour of the facility which
included meeting shop floor personnel . Dr Arvind made a lot of observations
especially with respect to polymers and operational safety which he shared
with the team. Mr VN Sundarrajan and Mr Dorairajan accompanied Dr Arvind
during the visit to the plant.
Zwilling visit to TPI
From Left: Mr. Thomas Kreitz, Mr. M. P. Shankar and Dr. Michael Otermba
From Left: Mr. Mathew Joy, Dr. Michael Otermba and Mr. M. P. Shankar
Zwilling Officials at TPI
TPI supports Ekadaksha Learning Center
TPI continues supporting various organisations involved in the welfare of children and health services . As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility TPI has supported Ekadaksha Learning Center – Special Education for Special Children. Ekadaksha Learning Center caters to children with different kinds of special needs.
Tree Planting Ceremony at Irrungattukotai facility
On 19th of March 2011, Mr M.S.Parthasarathy, Chairman and Managing Director of TPI Group, planted a mango tree at the Irrungattukottai facility to symbolize his contribution to the company, and to the small scale movement in India for over 5 decades . Tree planting is a very important function for the Hindus and that too, the planting of a mango tree. The planting of a mango tree ,by Mr M.S.Parthasarathy, also symbolizes celebration representing growth of the company and the good health of all families dependant on the company
The mango tree is considered very sacred and pure by the Hindus . Mango leaves are used decorate archways and doors in Indian houses especially during wedding and functions . The mango is considered as of one of three Royal Fruits ( the other two being Jack fruit and Banana).
Mr M.S.Parthasarathy left his mark on the company symbolically by imprinting his signature and his palm print in concrete. The stainless steel shovel used during the tree planting ceremony has been permanently cast in concrete block leaving a reminder for the future generations his contribution to society both as an industrialist as well as spokesperson for the small and tiny industries in India.
The tree planting ceremony was attended by all the employees of the company,
plus the families of Mr M.S.Parthasarathy, and well wishers like Mr K R
Ganapathy, Mr V S Krishnan, Mr N R Seshadri, Mr Bandhu Chandhok and finally
, Mr A Srinivasan.
From Left: Mr NR Seshadri, Mr VS Krishnan and Mr Illongovan
Welcoming Mr KR Ganapathy
Chairman Mr M S Parthasarathy being welcomed to the function by all the employees
Mr Parthasarathy planting the mango tree
Mr MS Parthasarathy addressing the team and family members
Mrs V Seethalakshmi, wife of Mr Parthasarathy, touring the facility along with Mr Krishnan (L) and Mr KR Ganapathy (R)
The shovel left as a reminder for future generations