- JCB India employees contribute Rs 28 lakhs for the Kerala Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund
- A support of Rs 75 lakhs by deploying 30 JCB machines for relief and rebuilding work already on ground
JCB India Limited, a leading manufacturer of Earthmoving and Construction Equipment in India, made an employee contribution of Rs. 28 lakhs for relief and rebuilding work in Kerala. The cheque made in favour of the Kerala Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund was handed over to E P Jayarajan, Hon’ble Minister for Industries and Sports, Kerala by the JCB India team. This is in addition to the 30 JCB machines which have already been deployed in the districts of Palakkad, Malappuram, Ernakulam and Alappuzha and are helping the local administration with the rebuilding of public infrastructure.
JCB India has always been at the forefront in supporting the local administration and communities during natural calamities. With this employee contribution and the deployment of 30 JCB machines, JCB India is committed to the rebuilding efforts in Kerala with a net contribution of over Rs. One Crore.
Vipin Sondhi, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, JCB India said, “The State Administration is very admirably working day and night to bring back the State to a semblance of normality. Through this package worth Rs. One Crore, we at JCB India, in our own way, are contributing towards the rebuilding of the state. We are working as a team with the local administration and hope to see that the people of Kerala are benefitted in every possible manner.”
@EPC World Media