153 TRF Employees Voluntarily Donate Blood at ‘Navjeevan’

153 TRF Employees Voluntarily Donate Blood at ‘Navjeevan’

Jamshedpur
April 17, 2018


Volunteerism by employees of TRF and it associates witnessed a surge with the successful organization of the first of the biannual blood donation camp, ‘Navjeevan’ by the TRF Ladies Association, in association with Voluntary Blood Donors’ Association(VBDA). Today, as many as 153 donors voluntarily gave blood to the Jamshedpur Blood Bank, which is of immense value to them as the requirement for blood during the summer season increases.

In addition to the donors, the employees of the company, especially the medical department, members of the TRF Ladies Association (TRFLA) collaborated and contributed voluntarily to make ‘Navjeevan’ successful. The TRFLA which is also the corporate social responsibility arm of the Company, conducts many activities such as running a literacy school for the needy and underprivileged children, a women empowerment cell, rain water harvesting for the community, to name a few has been consistently recognized by the Voluntary Blood Donors. This year, at a function hosted by VBDA on April 1, TRFLA was conferred the ‘Best Performance for Blood Donation’ award.

The ‘Navjeevan’ camp was formally inaugurated by Mrs S Rajoria, Chairperson, TRFLA, Mr Sandeep Tanwar, TRF and Mr Rakeshwar Pandey. The inaugural function was attended by senior executives of the Company, members of the TRFLA and committee members of the TRF Labour Union. During the programme it was decided that extra blood coupons with the Company would be given to needy patients of Meherbai Tata Memorial Hospital for cancer. During the inauguration, Mrs Rajoria welcomed the guests and appealed to them to donate blood and otivate donors, Mr Rakeshwar Pandey lauded the wide range of corporate social responsibility work being managed by TRFLA and Mr Sandeep Tanwar explained the benefits of donating blood.

 

 

Left: Mr Rakeshwar Pandey, Mr Sandeep Tanwar and Mrs S Rajoria formally inaugurating the ‘Navjeevan’, blood donation camp.
Right: Mrs S Rajoria, Dr A Srivastava with the Best Performance trophy along with Mr Rakeshwar Pandey during the blood donation camp

 

 

 

(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) Private Limited, Singapore is engaged in the business of production and distribution of trailer under gears, with market presence in 27 countries. York Transport Equipment (Asia) Private Ltd has four manufacturing facilities worldwide, 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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