Commits to grow five ties on sustainable basis
TRF’s new vision was ceremoniously launched by its chairman, Jamshed J Irani, along with managing director, Sudhir Deoras and president of Tata Robins Fraser Labour Union, Rakeshwar Pandey in the presence of its employees and external stakeholders in a function held on April 5, 2008.
Under Vision-2013 the company aspires to become a Rs2,500 crore company by the year 2013 by growing at a pac of “five times in five years by enhancing focus on material handling business and entering new businesses as necessary”. TRF has committed itself to “expand its business on a sustainable basis by building a team that is passionate about serving all its stakeholders...”
Mr Irani said that while it is important to set a vision, it was even more important to achieve them within a given time frame as vision without action was just a dream. He emphasised that the goals set in Vision-2013 must be achieved by the year 2013, if not earlier.
Mr Deoras said that he was confident that TRF would achieve the goals laid in Vision 2013. The company is gradually raising the bar of its performance and this indicated it had the potential to improve its performance. However, he said that the company must now work with a sense of urgency and execute its projects and orders with the customer’s interest in mind.
Mr Pandey said that he believed that the employees of TRF had the potential to achieve the goals laid in Vision-2013. This he said had been demonstrated by them and the new vision would facilitate them to enhance their focus on and help to achieve their targets on sustainable basis.