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CII Andhra Pradesh organized Vendor Development Program with HSL

25 August 2021, Visakhapatnam: Confederation of Indian Industry, Andhra Pradesh chapter organized a Session on 'Vendor Development with Hindustan Shipyard Ltd (HSL)' through virtual mode here today.

Addressing the industry Cmde Hemant Khatri, IN (Retd), Chairman & Managing Director, Hindustan Shipyard Ltd in his inaugural address, said that India is moving towards a self reliant country which provides ample opportunities for all industries and local vendor have the potential to play significant role in Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative. It is important that industry set a larger vision and target, he mentioned in his address. The  Vendor Development meet helped to build long term partnership and strategic alliance between PSUs and Indian private industries. The partnership would create manufacturing base and supply chain system in the country, he felt. Today HSL’s most talked about word is transformation and working day and night to fulfill the dreams of New HSL and the most important thing in this is that we are re-discovering ourselves.
 
Mr S V Rambabu, Director – Finance & Commercial, Hindustan Shipyard Ltd in his address said that HSL has refined it procurement procedure for ease of doing business with business partners and evolving new business models to optimize cost and time and improving efficiency.
 
Mr D V Subba Rao, General Manager - Commercial, Hindustan Shipyard Ltd made a detailed presentation on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav an India@75 initiative & Infrastructure Development opportunities at Hindustan Shipyard Ltd (HSL).
 
Lt Cdr Devina Sanyal (Retd), Manager - Vendor Development, Hindustan Shipyard Ltd made a detailed presentation on opportunities in ship building, ship repair, vendor registration process and deemed vendor at Hindustan Shipyard Ltd.
 
Mr J Srinivasa Raju, Convenor, CII Andhra Pradesh Defence & Aerospace Panel and Managing Director, Geo Marine Dynamics India Pvt Ltd delivered the welcome address at the session. He said that companies should reimagine their business model MSMEs need to ensure end-to-end and secure digitization of the entire chain and most important the ability to innovate and create new products and services more rapidly and creatively.
 
The session was well attended by 60 participants representing industry from all over India.