TRF Employees Score Triple Century in Suggestion Box Scheme
TRF Employees Score Triple Century in Suggestion Box Scheme
On-line suggestion management system launched
 
Mr PS Reddy, Deputy Managing Director and Mr Rakeshwar Pandey jointly launching the on-line suggestion management system Mr PS Reddy speaking on the occasion, along with Mr Rakeswar Pandey, Mr RB Rai, Mr RK Rahi, Mr Ashish Banerjee andMr RN Sinha

Jamshedpur
November 19, 2015

Improvement Initiatives as tool help to make any enterprise vibrant and robust as it provides the means to all employees to contribute in the growth of the Company. It enhances their sense of participation and belonging to the Company. Suggestion Box Scheme, which is part of the Improvement Initiatives mechanism of TRF Limited, enables employees of the Company to give ideas on further improving the performance of the company and thereby become part of its growth and prosperity.

Today, in a special drive, in TRF, employees poured over 300 ideas and suggestions in the suggestion box scheme of the Company. The on-line suggestion management system which was jointly launched today by Mr PS Reddy, Deputy Managing Director of TRF and Mr Rakeshwar Pandey, President, Tata Robins Fraser Labour Union (TRFLU) provided the much needed fillip to the existing scheme and ensured the collection of over 300 suggestions. The on-line system will now make it easier for employees to make suggestions. It will also enable better data management and ensure speed and transparency in the Suggestion Management Scheme.

The launch of the on-line scheme was followed by a mass contact programme called, Suggestion Mela' in which employees and associates of the Company submitted suggestions in large numbers, which were immediately put into the on-line system.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Rakeshwar Pandey said that the Company, is passing through a very challenging time but, he said, that the employees of the Company have adequate resilience and creativity to withstand and find solutions to overcome the difficulties.

Mr PS Reddy, Deputy Managing Director said that the Company must leverage technology, such as on-line management for faster growth. He was confident that if employees of the company combined good ideas and suggestions with technology then it would result in growth and prosperity of the Company.


(Rajen Sahay)
Head, Corporate Communications
TRF Limited

TRF Ltd is a pioneer in engineering and supply of material handling equipment and systems for five decades. TRF has recently acquired Hewitt Robins Fraser Limited, UK to enhance it scale of bulk material equipment and make a more meaningful presence in both European and Indian markets and the sub-continent. It also has business interest in automotive applications. The company's subsidiary, York Transport Equipment (Asia) Pte Limited, Singapore is engaged in the business of production and distribution of trailer undergears, with market presence in 27 countries. York Transport Equipment (Asia) Pte Ltd has four manufacturing facilities world wide, including one in India. TRF has also set up Adithya Automotive Applications Limited, an automotive applications unit under a joint venture in Lucknow. More recently, TRF acquired the Dutch Lanka Trailer (DLT) Manufacturers Limited, Sri Lanka. DLT is a world-class trailer manufacturing company and has manufacturing facilities in Sri Lanka, Oman and India. It exports trailers to as many as 30 countries.

 
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