Labour Day: RINL Felicitates Union Leaders

Published: 02nd May 2015 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd May 2015 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM :  Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) chairman-cum-managing director P Madhusudan complimented all the employees on the occasion of May Day here Friday.

He recalled how the entire VSP collective had contributed with their competency and efficiency levels in its development. He said that time had come again to put in their best, as RINL was on the verge of augmenting its production capacity.

The RINL always took measures for the well-being of its workforce despite facing severe financial constraints. He told the unions to overcome adversities, excel in their performance and increase their efficiency levels so as to achieve the set targets by following all the safety standards.

Later, Madhusudan felicitated the union leaders for their contribution in maintaining cordial and peaceful industrial relations in the company.

Director (Personnel) GBS Prasad congratulated the employees and unions for their unstinted support and dedication in enhancing all-round performance.

Recognised union (INTUC) general secretary Mantri Rajsekhar and other trade union leaders including D Adinarayana, N Rama Rao, P Satyanarayana, B Jagjeevan Ram and Sheeba Rani conveyed their total support to the management.

Senior officers, representatives of SEA, unions and WIPS, and employees were present.


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