Sanjeev mentors meet engineering students at Shreeyash College, Aurangabad

Sanjeev Auto recently participated in “SHREEYASH YANTRAS 2017 – A Project Competition cum Exhibition” at the Shreeyash College of Engineering and Technology, Aurangabad. Our team mentors discussed student projects and helped them identify areas for improvement on the request of the college faculty, who believes that this enhances their confidence and knowledge as they prepare for their careers.

We look at this initiative as a very good way to bring stronger relationships between the industry and the technical education sector.

 

 

Sanjeev Group participates in Green and Clean MIDC initiative

Sanjeev Auto recently participated in the MIDC Green and Clean initiative in the area around C-Sector of Waluj MIDC in Aurangabad. As a part of this initiative Sanjeev Group has planted around 500 trees in C-Sector of Waluj MIDC, put up 1290 meters of fencing and undertaken a rain-water harvesting project done behind Vaishnav Devi Temple.

We participated in the Awareness Rally for “GREEN and CLEAN MIDC” on 27th February 2016 and had also played a role in an earlier rally conducted on 3rd September 2016. On this occasion we have extending our scope by making our vendors aware about the need for this initiative also.

We look forward to many more such projects to continue our commitment to our environmental responsibilities.

 

Launch of ACMA 2nd Zero Defect and Zero Effect Cluster at Sanjeev Auto, Aurangabad

Sanjeev Auto (Aurangabad) payed host to the ACMA 2nd Zero Defect and Zero Effect Cluster, on improving manufacturing and product development quality amongst manufacturing organisations in India.

This program, which featured improved roadmaps, richer training content and intervention strategies helps participating organisations achieve improvements in several aspects of their manufacturing performance.

Some of the areas where improvement can be experienced by participating organisations include:

  • Improvement on time delivery of projects
  • Reduced rework in tooling and process
  • Reduced rejections during initial production and in regular production
  • Improved RFQ conversion
  • Improved team work

Published in AutoNews December-January 2017 edition (published by ACMA India)