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Tata group is committed to its legacy: Chandrasekaran

Tata group is committed to its legacy: Chandrasekaran

N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons, reaffirmed the conglomerate's dedication to preserving the legacy of its founder, Jamsetji Tata, during an event commemorating Tata's 185th birth anniversary at Postal Park in Bistupur, Jharkhand's Jamshedpur. Accompanied by Tata Steel CEO and MD TV Narendran, Chandrasekaran emphasized Tata's vision of industry as a force for positive change, pledging to uphold the values of integrity, innovation, and social responsibility that have guided the company since its inception.

Chandrasekaran highlighted the company's commitment to working in collaboration with the community to foster a brighter and more prosperous future for Jamshedpur and its residents. The occasion also witnessed the inauguration of an exhibition at Steelennium Hall, showcasing Tata Steel's various technology-led initiatives across departments.

Founder's Day celebrations were held across different units of the Tata Group, underscoring the enduring legacy and values instilled by Jamsetji Tata. As part of the festivities, Chandrasekaran flagged off a fleet of green-fuel-powered commercial vehicles manufactured by Tata Motors for Tata Steel's operations. This fleet included Prima tractors, tippers, and the Ultra EV bus, utilizing both Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and battery electric technologies, in line with Tata Group's commitment to sustainability.

The event not only paid tribute to Jamsetji Tata's pioneering vision but also demonstrated Tata Sons' ongoing dedication to innovation, social responsibility, and ethical business practices. Through collaborative efforts with the community and investment in cutting-edge technologies, Tata Sons aims to continue Jamsetji Tata's legacy of creating positive impact and driving progress in the industrial landscape of India.

Tata group is committed to its legacy: Chandrasekaran

Tata group is committed to its legacy: Chandrasekaran

N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons, reaffirmed the conglomerate's dedication to preserving the legacy of its founder, Jamsetji Tata, during an event commemorating Tata's 185th birth anniversary at Postal Park in Bistupur, Jharkhand's Jamshedpur. Accompanied by Tata Steel CEO and MD TV Narendran, Chandrasekaran emphasized Tata's vision of industry as a force for positive change, pledging to uphold the values of integrity, innovation, and social responsibility that have guided the company since its inception.

Chandrasekaran highlighted the company's commitment to working in collaboration with the community to foster a brighter and more prosperous future for Jamshedpur and its residents. The occasion also witnessed the inauguration of an exhibition at Steelennium Hall, showcasing Tata Steel's various technology-led initiatives across departments.

Founder's Day celebrations were held across different units of the Tata Group, underscoring the enduring legacy and values instilled by Jamsetji Tata. As part of the festivities, Chandrasekaran flagged off a fleet of green-fuel-powered commercial vehicles manufactured by Tata Motors for Tata Steel's operations. This fleet included Prima tractors, tippers, and the Ultra EV bus, utilizing both Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and battery electric technologies, in line with Tata Group's commitment to sustainability.

The event not only paid tribute to Jamsetji Tata's pioneering vision but also demonstrated Tata Sons' ongoing dedication to innovation, social responsibility, and ethical business practices. Through collaborative efforts with the community and investment in cutting-edge technologies, Tata Sons aims to continue Jamsetji Tata's legacy of creating positive impact and driving progress in the industrial landscape of India.

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