Gurugram Administration Receives Oxygen Plant from ASK Automotive to Fight...

Gurugram Administration Receives Oxygen Plant from ASK Automotive to Fight the Pandemic

Leading manufacturer of friction components, aluminium die-casting components and safety control cables ASK Automotive Limited has donated a 30nM/hr-oxygen plant worth INR 90 lakh to the Gurugram administration. This offering is through its CSR trust named Ahsaas.
Dr. Yash Garg, the Deputy Commissioner of Gurugram district, inaugurated the facility at the ASK Automotive factory in Manesar on Thursday, January 20.

The company has provided space for this facility on its premises, enabling the administration to address any emergency arising from oxygen shortage in the third wave of the corona pandemic. The facility can service 110 cylinders a day with oxygen of 96+/-3% purity.
On the occasion, Kuldip Singh Rathee, Chairman & Managing Director, ASK Automotive said, “The name of our trust expresses our feelings for the community. Ahsaas will always extend its best possible support to the needy.”

Founded in 1989 and headquartered at Manesar, Haryana, ASK Automotive has a strong national presence with 16 manufacturing facilities spread across the country. With a turnover of INR 1950 crore, it caters to automotive OEMs such as HMSI, Hero, Suzuki, TVS, Yamaha, Bajaj, Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki and Royal Enfield, and exports components to over 20 countries around the world. Its leadership is a testament to its commitment to the highest standards of safety, quality and excellence.