Showing posts with label Tata Refractories Limited (TRL). Show all posts
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November 14, 2011

The TRL Krosaki Refractories HRD team bagged second prize in the National Awards for Innovative Training Practices organized by ISTD


The TRL Krosaki Refractories HRD team won the second prize in the National Awards for Innovative Training Practices instituted by the Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD). The award will be conferred by ISTD at its annual function to be held in Kolkata on January 20-21, 2012. D Behera, GM (PR & HRD) of TRL Krosaki Refractories participated in the competition held on October 22, 2011, at the PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry, New Delhi, and presented a number of case studies on innovative training practices in the company. The presentation was appreciated by the members of the jury as the “most practical” practices.
The various case studies of the company’s innovative flagship training programmes included millwrights (six-month-long workmen multi skill development programme), management development programme (ten-weeks-long programme focusing on holistic development of young managers), customer training programme, practices like human resources readiness analysis for training need identification, etc.
According to the sources it was a high-profile competition with 17 top notch companies and training institutions like Reliance, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, Tata Teleservices, Indian Police Academy (Hyderabad), Maharashtra State Electricity Board, Steel Authority of India (SAIL), Muruguppa Group, Aditya Birla Group, Vedanta, RPG Group, and Rane Group were some of the organizations competing for this award.
TRL Krosaki Refractories is endowed with world-class training facilities with a state-of-the-art learning centre, a full-fledged maintenance training centre and a unique refractories engineering workshop. It has a pool of over 160 internal faculty spread across different areas of specialization. Innovative methods like Share Your Knowledge Forum, Trekking, and outbound development programmes adopted by the company help to improve learning, leadership and similar qualities.
(Source: Tata Companies Media Releases)
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December 11, 2010

Tata Refractories Limited (TRL) Quality Circles bagged Gold at International Convention in Hyderabad


Tata Refractories Limited (TRL)
Two Quality Circles of TRL named “Millennium” and “Sampurna” are awarded with gold and the third Quality Circle “Minar” got Silver in the International Convention on Quality Circle Concept (ICQCC – 10) held at Hyderabad from October 12-15, 2010. TRL fielded three Quality circle teams and all of them brought laurels for the company. Reputed organizations like BHEL, TATA STEEL, TATA POWER, SAIL, HINDALCO, ASP, NTPC, BAJAJ, BEL, BPCL, NALCO, OCL, HERO HONDA, MUL, GODREJ, L&T, TATA TINPLATE, TITAN etc. had participated in the convention. Dr. A K Chattopadhyay, the Managing Director congratulated and felicitated members of the Quality Circle teams. TRL has always encouraged small group activities like Quality Circles where workers take up quality and work related problems to develop solutions. Quality Circle movement started at TRL in the early 90’s as a part of Total Quality Management.  At present 103 quality circles groups are active involving nearly 63% of the employees. In order to encourage more participation by workers, a Quality Night is organized every year where the workers & their spouses were invited for a gala dinner by MD and senior executives. This year the quality night was organized on October 05, 2010 where 1172 workers & officers attended along with their spouses.
Source: http://www.tataref.com

November 27, 2010

Tata Refractories Limited (TRL) achieves highest heats in Tata Steel LD-2 and in Steel Authority of India Limited's (SAIL) Bokaro SMS-1


Tata Refractories Limited (TRL)
TRL has achieved the highest straight life of 99 heats in the LD-2 steel ladle of 160 MT capacity with Alumina Magnesia Carbon (AMC) bricks in the metal zone recently. It is reported that the erosion was quite uniform and the ladle was having potential to go up to 105 heats although, it was put down considering the risk factor associated to this.
In another instance, Tata Refractories Limited (TRL) achieved the highest life of 83 heats in SMS-1 ladle of SAIL’s (Steel Authority of India Ltd) Bokaro steel plant surpassing the previous best of 77 heats with its TATA FRT – 2 bricks. Following these achievements TRL congratulated Tata Steel LD-2 team and BSL Refractory and SMS-1 team of SAIL Bokaro for rendering all support.
Tata Refractories Limited (TRL) is the No. 1 refractory company in India with an annual production capacity of around 380000 MT. Its refractories works at Belpahar, Orissa is considered to be the largest among all single refractory producing units in the world. The company has a wide range of products having the ability to meet the refractories requirement for all type of industries.

July 21, 2010

Refractory News: Tata Refractories Limited (TRL) and Indian Refractories Makers' Association (IRMA) join hands to impart training on Refractory Technology

According to a recent media release from Tata Group, Tata Refractories (TRL) and Indian Refractories Makers’ Association (IRMA) have joined hands to impart training on refractories technology. Accordingly, a three-month training programme has been started in JJ Irani Centre for Learning at TRL, Belpahar, from June 14, 2010. Ten shop floor supervisors from different refractories companies such as Orient Abrasives, ACE Caldery Limited, Maithan Ceramics, Visva Vishal Engineering, Industrial Associates, Servesh Refractories and Raj Ceramics are attending the training programme. There is a scarcity of Refractory professionals which is one of the main reasons for the big demand for trained personnel in refractory industry. Dr. Arup Kumar Chattopadhyay, MD, TRL, who is also the chairman, IRMA, has taken this initiative to meet this requirement of the industry. It is also a step towards cooperation and collaboration among refractories companies in India, opines Dr. Chattopadhyay. B.N. Ghosh, ex-director of TRL and a well known refractories expert inaugurated the training programme in the presence of A. Dasgupta, executive secretary, IRMA; S. Adak, VP, Technology, TRL; and P. Chakrabarty, GM, Technology, TRL. While the HRD department of TRL is coordinating the programme, the faculty support is drawn mostly from Tata Refractories and a few from other industries. TRL, the number one refractories company in India is also a leader in training and development activities. Equipped with a state-of-the-art learning centre, an unique refractories engineering workshop and a host of experienced and knowledgeable faculty among its executives, TRL’s training facilities and competence level are unrivalled.
Source: Tata Group | Tata Refractories | Media Releases