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Tata Motors Jamshedpur Plant wins Srishti’s Good Green Governance Award

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Jamshedpur, April 24 : Tata Motors Jamshedpur Plant has won the prestigious Srishti G-Cube Award for Good Green Governance in the Manufacturing Non-Process category: Level 1, for the seventh consecutive time. The award was given at a glittering function for Earth Day organised by Srishti Publications at the India International Centre, New Delhi.

Tata Motors – Pune, Lucknow and Pantnagar Plants were declared joint runners-up in the same category whereas, the Dharwad Plant was declared the winner of level 2 under the same category. The felicitation occurred in the presence of renowned senior members from across industries.

Speaking on the occasion, Ajoy B Lall – plant head, Tata Motors, Jamshedpur plant said, “We, at Tata Motors, are extremely pleased to have received this award by Srishti Publications for the seventh consecutive time.

This is a testimony of ongoing efforts by everyone at Tata Motors Jamshedpur Plant towards making our facility greener and efficient, in terms of energy utilization and manufacturing processes.

This award has fortified us to continue to adopt energy-effective practices and technologies, and we hope to become a yardstick for green manufacturing set-ups in India. While making technological, product and service advancements, we continue to deeply commit ourselves to the communities among which we operate.”

The Srishti G-Cube Awards are the Annual Awards for Good Green Governance by corporates, for companies willing to go the extra mile to do their bit for the environment. The Awards are given across sectors like- Manufacturing—Metallurgical, Non-metallurgical & Non-process, Service, Infrastructure—Construction & Utilities, Municipalities, Education and Tourism & Hospitality.

Set up in 1945, the Jamshedpur facility was the first Tata Motors facility to manufacture steam locomotives. It led the company’s foray into commercial vehicles in 1954 and since then has been modernized particularly over the last decade.

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