Organization development of TAFE farm & equipments

a US $1. comprising of 41 companies. . and is one of India's largest light engineering groups.6 billion tractor major incorporated in 1960 at Chennai. • TAFE is part of the Amalgamations Group based at Chennai.Company profile • Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited (TAFE). India. • The third largest tractor manufacturer in the world and the second largest in India by volume.

with a sale of over 148. a first in the tractor industry. . TAFE’s partnership with AGCO Corporation and the Massey Ferguson brand for 52 years. is a stellar example of TAFE’s commitment to its values of building long-term relationships with its stakeholders.• TAFE wields 24% market share of the domestic tractor industry. through fair and ethical business practices.000 tractors (domestic and international) for the year 2011-12.

TAFE and its subsidiaries have diverse business interests in areas such as diesel engines. passenger vehicle distribution and plantations. panel instruments. transmission components.Areas of business • TAFE exports to over 77 countries. . batteries. • Besides tractors. including developed countries in Europe and the Americas. hydraulic pumps and cylinders. engineering plastics.

recognized for professionalism. TAFE is now among the three largest tractor manufacturers in the world.Chairman's profile MALLIKA SRINIVASAN Her carrier in Tafe started in year 1985 till now . commitment to excellence and contribution to Indian Industry and Academia. • A leader and strategist. . Skillfully leveraged the company’s resources and competencies to increase TAFE’s revenues from US$ 20 million in 1985 to US$ 1.6 billion in the year 2012.

The Early Years of TAFE • The Amalgamations Group entered the tractor business in 1960. • Simpson & Company was already making Perkins Diesel Engines and the founder chairman of the group. made the group grab the opportunity to make tractors when it presented itself. Mr.Anantharamakrishnan's own great interest in agriculture and the Green Revolution in making. .

Mr. his plans to manufacture tractors and implements at Simpson's Industrial Estate in collaboration with Massey Ferguson of Toronto. the estimated demand for tractors in India was 12000 tractors per year and TAFE was allocated a capacity of 7000 tractors a year. 1960.• On December 15. S. • Initially 50% of the tractor was built with indigenous content but within two years this rose to 85%. . Anantharamakrishnan announced at a press conference at Chennai. • At that time.

company have risen to a turnover of US $1. apart from the distinction of being India's largest exporter of tractors consecutively for the last three years.000 tractors (domestic and international) in the year 2011-2012. .6 billion and a sale of over 148.• From these early beginnings.

Milestones 1960 1961 Incorporated as a joint venture with massey ferguson Tractors roll out of Sembium (Chennai) factory 1981 1987 1990 2000 2002 2005 2007 2009 Second tractor factory established at Doddaballapur(Bangalore) engineering plastics division plant established at Doddaballapur Third tractor plant established at kallidaipatti near Madurai Engineering export promotion council export award for export performance. consecutively for 20 years (1990-2010) National award for the welfare of people with disability –govt of India Second engineering plastics plant established at maraimalainagar Chennai Eicher tractor business. engines plant at Alwar and transmission plant at Parwanoo acquired under Tafe motors & tractors ltd Commendation for “strong commitment to excel "from the jury of the CII exim bank award for business excellence Commendation for “significant achievement in journey of excellence” from the jury of the CII exim bank award for business excellence .

2010 2011 Tafe becomes India's largest exporter of tractors TPM award for excellence from JIPM/NIQR award for quality .

• TAFE stands today. • TAFE’s exacting performance standards drive technological innovation and superior product design. Turkey. at Manisa.Overseas establishment • TAFE's first overseas plant went on stream in September 2010. as a dynamic multi-brand giant. • Its strong core competencies of engineering expertise. and technological prowess have won the trust of farmers worldwide. manufacturing mettle. moving towards US $2 billion revenues in 2012-13. .

2009 2000 2000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011-2012 Best Employer of disabled persons – Government of Tamil Nadu CII Exim Bank commendation for Strong Commitment to Excel Star Award for Unlisted Companies from Business Standard CII Exim Bank commendation for Strong Commitment to Excel 5S Award from CII – TAFE Doddaballapur Plant TPM Award for Excellence from JIPM/ NIQR Award for Quality CII Exim Bank commendation for Significant Achievement. in the second band (550-600). towards Business Excellence 2012 .Engineering Export Promotion Council (20 consecutive years) Samman Patra (Prompt payment to Central Excise) State Safety Awards – Government of Tamil Nadu National Award for the welfare of people with disability – Government of India 1990-2010 1998-2009 1999.Awards & accolades Export Award . 2006.

• Three of TAFE's Indian tractor plants are certified under ISO14001. in recognition of their environment friendly operations.Total Quality Movement • TAFE is fully committed to the Total Quality Movement and is one of the foremost companies in this sector to receive the ISO 9001 certification. .

TPM Award for Excellence from Japan Institute of Plant Management. stand prominent. the NIQR award received for quality.• Among the many accolades and awards received by TAFE. Japan. CII-Exim Bank Commendation for Significant Achievement on the journey towards Business Excellence and the Regional Contributor award for quality supplies from Toyota Motor Company. .

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