Q. How complex is your new product environment?
Q. What were the challenges in implementing the new paradigms?
Q. What are the results?
Q. The auto industry is reeling under a second slowdown in ×ve years. How has your company been affected and what steps are you taking to withstand the impact?
Q. You are one of the very few companies in India, which has implemented a pure pull system right from manufacturing to distribution and now unto the point of retail. Can you share your experience of making such a dramatic transition?
Q. But how could you manage with your competition having aggressive schemes for the channel partners? Did you not lose out on sales?
Fleetguard Filters, Cummins Group: One of the few companies to implement Theory Of Constraints based pull system, right from manufacturing to retail
Sanjay Kulkarni (CFO, Fleetguard Filters Pvt Ltd.), was invited as the chief guest on 15th September,2018 on occasion of “Engineers Day’ at College of Engineering, Pandharpur. Mr. Kulkarni inaugurated the event ‘Olympus 2018’ and shared his valuable experiences with aspiring engineers.
Fleetguard Filters Private Limited in collaboration with NELDA Foundation took a green initiative as a part of Corporate Social Responsibility. On the occasion of World Environment day FFPL’s team went to “Hanuman Tekdi – Senapati Bapat Road” to plant numerous Indian variety trees.
FFPL’s team was headed by MR. Sanjay Kulkarni (CFO, CS & head HR) along with Mr. Shubham Dhule from NELDA Foundation. Mr. Sanjay Kulkarni has informed us that Fleetguard is committed towards Environment, Health & Education for the society.
On the Occasion of World Environment day, Fleetguard Filters Private Limited with a team went to “Hanuman Tekdi – Senapati Bapat Road” to plant various Indian Variety trees. This green initiative of FFPL was supported by NELDA Foundation. Mr. Sanjay Kulkarni (CFO, CS & head HR) Fleetguard headed this green initiative.
Fleetguard Filters Private Limited took a green initiative as their Corporate Social Responsibility and planted nearly 300 trees at CRPF Camp. Not just their employees but CRPF Jawans made efforts in making FFPL’s green initiative a success. Mr. Tapan Das (FFPL’s Human Resource Head) headed this green initiative.