Ground breaking ceremony for an additional sixt bay was performed at TRF at its Jamshedpur works by it managing director, SL Deoras, today. TRF, in view of the increasing expenditure on infrastructure sector in the country, believes that there is a large requirement for its equipment and systems. TRF envisages supplying such equipment to its valued customers across the country and overseas.
To meet the demand for the growth in infrastructure demand, TRF has decided to expand it manufacturing facility at it Jamshedpur works. The new bay, added to meet this end, will add about 1600 sq metres of production space. The proposed structure is expected to be completed by mid-May 2008. The bay will be constructed with pre-fabricated structures, which will be supplied by Tata BlueScope Steel.
Speaking on the occasion, at the ceremony attended by a large number of employees, Deoras said that TRF aspires to make larger growth plans. This, he said, was imperative for the prosperity of the company and all its stakeholders. RC Nandrajog, executive director, said that in view of the positive indications for infrastructure growth we must target to enhance our production and profitability. RK Rahi, general secretary, TRF Workers' Labour Union, assured that the employees would make all efforts towards the manifold growth of the company and expressed the hope that soon it would have to look for more space for its expansion.
TRF is India's leading and most respected comprehensive source for bulk material handling equipments and systems, mini blast furnaces, mini-sinter plants, port and yard equipment systems. The company also owns a subsidiary, York Transport (Asia) Pte Limited, Singapore, which is engaged in the business of production and distribution of trailer under gears, with market presence in 27 countries.