BHUBANESWAR, SEPT 29, 2021
Shyam Steel, one of leading producers and manufacturers of primary TMT Bars, on Wednesday donated eight e-rickshaws to the marginalized community in Odisha. The e-rickshaw donation drive is a part of their ongoing campaign ‘Khud Kamao Ghar Chalao’ which aims to support the livelihood of communities affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The e-rickshaws were handed over to eight recipients – Jeeram Baa, Sudhir Baa, Budheshwar Rout, Bijay Jeena, Sunil Singh, Kalpatarya Raut, Prabhat Kumar Pradhan and Rabindra Bal.
“Community development is the essential backbone in upliftment of our country. Due to the pandemic, people’s lives were totally disrupted, and we need to support them on a long-term basis to bring normalcy. Our major focus would be to bring a positive impact amongst the special communities. The road ahead is difficult, but we are determined to overcome every obstacle to create a positive impact in the society” said Lalit Beriwala, Director, Shyam Steel.
As a part of the ‘Khud Kamao Ghar Chalao’ campaign Shyam Steel has distributed e-rickshaws Pan India including key states like Punjab, Assam and Bihar. The company endeavours to make a positive contribution especially to the special communities by supporting a range of socio-economic, educational and health initiatives and also implementing sustainable social development projects.
As a brand philosophy, Shyam Steel believes in giving back to the community. During the pandemic the company distributed oxygen concentrators in Assam, Bihar, Odisha, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh and also contributed to the Chief minister’s Relief Fund in Assam. The group has also donated relief materials to the communities affected by Yaas Cyclone. Shyam Steel has always put forward and contributed towards various corporate social responsibilities for social development which have social, economic, and environmental impacts.
The company has also launched Shyam Steel Apna Ghar app to provide consumers hassle-free purchase of TMT bars and to boost the sales of their dealer distributor network. Shyam Steel with an annual turnover of Rs 3,000 crore is now on a steady expansion mode braving the disruptions caused by COVID-19 pandemic