The company said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday that the stamp was released by the Department of Posts, Government of India, in the august presence of the Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Mahendra Nath Pandey at New Delhi on December 22, 2020.
Department of Posts was represented by Dushyant Mudgal, Director Postal Services, Delhi Circle. TCI was represented by D. P. Agarwal, Chairman & Managing Director - TCI Group, Vineet Agarwal, Managing Director - TCI, Chander Agarwal, Managing Director – TCI Express & Director TCI and Rajkiran Kanagala, Sr. VP & Group Head – Business Development.
Nearly 400 people were witness to this momentous occasion, including esteemed members of AIMTC, AITWA, other leading state transport associations, IIHMR, express and logistics industry, via online video conferencing.
“As a dedicated logistics company, backed with high values and virtues, there is not one transport challenge in the country that TCI has not stood up to. Shri. PDji started with just one truck plying between Calcutta and Bombay and even after it burnt in a fire, he compensated the customers. I believe that these ideals are followed even today and Shri PD ji managed to create a company that gives precedence to the nation and the society while serving with utmost sincerity, building confidence and trust in their customers,” Mahendra Nath Pandey said.
“I am ready to make any sacrifice to please the customer, if not why am I in this business. The customer is king.” and threw light on how Shri PD ji’s contribution to our society extends beyond transport to education, health, village development, women empowerment,” DP Agarwal, said.