Mines Secretary visits HCL Corporate Office, Kolkata
All the Unit Heads of HCL were also connected through Video conferencing.
New Delhi: Dr Alok Tandon, Secretary, Ministry of Mines, Government of India, visited the Corporate Office of Hindustan Copper Limited in Kolkata to convene a Review meeting on the performance of the Company.
He was warmly welcomed by Mr Arun Kumar Shukla, Chairman and Managing Director, HCL, along with Mr Sanjay Panjiyar, Director (Operations), Mr Ghanshyam Sharma, Director (Finance), Mr Sanjiv Kumar Singh, Director (Mining), Mr Subrata Sarkar, Chief Vigilance Officer and senior officials of the Company. All the Unit Heads of HCL were also connected through VC.
Dr Tandon was also welcomed by Mr Apurba Roy Chowdhury, General Secretary, Hindustan Copper Office Staff Union, Kolkata.
Mr Arun Kumar Shukla, CMD, HCL, presented the highlights of the performance of the Company and recollected various occasions in which Dr Tandon’s mentoring has helped HCL to successfully surmount many hurdles and road-blocks in fund-raising exercises from Equity Market and production performance of the Company. The presentation was followed by elaborate interactive sessions.
In his address, Dr Alok Tandon, Secretary, Ministry of Mines, discussed the ongoing expansion projects of the Company and threw light on the measures to expedite growth. He stressed on the potentialities of the Company and emphasized on augmenting production on a war footing.