Jamshedpur singhbhum chamber: Tata Motors plant head Ravindra Kulkarni will come to the chamber on 22nd November, will address the chamber members, other business issues including giving priority to local industries will be discussed.

Jamshedpur: Ravindra Kulkarni, Plant Head, Tata Motors, will address the Chamber members at Singhbhum Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Wednesday, November 22 at 5.30 pm. This information has been given by President Vijay Anand Moonka and Honorary General Secretary. Both of them told that after many years a plant head of Tata Motors is arriving in Singhbhum Chamber. This is a matter of joy for the Chamber members because the Chamber has always been striving for the Chamber visit of the Plant Head of Tata Motors regarding the problems of the businessmen and entrepreneurs associated with Tata Motors and the issue of giving priority to the local industrial units. Plant Head Ravindra Kulkarni accepted the request of the Chamber and agreed to visit the Chamber. (Also read below)

Vice President, Industries Puneet Kanwatia and Secretary, Industries Vinod Sharma said that during this time the plant head will address the chamber members and will communicate with the members regarding business activities with Tata Motors. Chamber President Vijay Anand Moonka and General Secretary Manav Kedia termed the visit of the Plant Head as very beneficial and urged the Chamber members to attend the program and take advantage of it. Other office bearers of the Chamber, Vice President Anil Modi, Advocate Rajiv Aggarwal, Puneet Kanwatia, Abhishek Aggarwal Goldy, Secretary Bharat Makani, Advocate Anshul Ringsiya, Vinod Sharma, Suresh Sharma Lipu and Treasurer CA Anil Ringsiya, have also appealed to the businessmen and entrepreneurs of Jamshedpur. That they should take advantage of this by attending the chamber visit meeting of the plant head of Tata Motors.

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