Komatsu India (KIPL) takes participation in one of the remarkable events in India on water festival organised by Dholakia Foundation held from November 15-25, 2023 at the beautiful landscapes of Het Ni Haveli, Lathi-Dudhala, Amreli District, Gujarat.
KIPL, a global leader and manufacturer of construction and mining earthmoving equipment, joins hand with Dholakia foundation for rejuvenation of water bodies in Gujarat to bring betterment of life for the peoples nearby and making greener planet for the future generation. Towards this sustainable future, a major funding from KIPL has been supported through Dholakia foundation as a CSR agenda.
Inspiring the development on Panch Ganga Tirth project, Srikrishna Subramanian, Director & Sr Vice President, Human Resources, GA & ICT, KIPL, along with his team members on November 24th 2023 handed over the Komatsu hydraulic excavator PC210LC-10M0 Super Long Front (SLF) machine to Dholakia Foundation to build a strong connection with the society through the river rejuvenation.
This PC210LC-10M0 SLF/LR machine is specially designed and suitable for irrigation applications, river developments, etc., enhanced with engine management for better fuel efficiency with Komatsu Engine SAA6D107E-1 EU stage 3A equivalent and equipped with strengthened boom and arm, interchangeability with standard work equipment, designed for tough and extreme working environment which guarantees and excellent performance in its applications. KIPL’s commitment is to bring innovations through smart solutions and create a safe, highly productive, and clean workplace of the future and to achieve sustainable growth.
KIPL will remain committed to quality and reliability and will continue to move forward on the sustainability solutions by upholding the new long-term vision of achieving carbon neutrality, virtually zero carbon emissions, by 2050 and constantly updating and developing the products, where customer will have all options according to their environmental needs to reduce the CO2 by increasing machine efficiency and improving low carbon levels. By further strengthening these business efforts, KIPL hopes to not only contribute to CO2 reductions in society as a whole, but also joins hand with various NGOs in India and solving the environmental issues through creating customer values.
Inspired by the visionary leadership of Dholakia foundation founder Padma Shree Savjibhai Dholakia’s activities in Gujarat region, KIPL is now extending its wings to contribute on Panch Ganga river project in Amreli district by adding PC210LC-10M0 SLF with the existing machine supplies PC20510M0 and D85ESS. This project consists of 52 km river length, 300 ft river widening, 149 check dam constructions, 30ft road construction and 2.8 million tree plantations.