Climb­ing Up Higher With More Lau­rels

Business Sphere - - TRIMURTI GROUP - By Our Correspondent

The Noida-based Trimurti group, with seven com­pa­nies in its con­sor­tium, is very eclec­tic in na­ture. Trimurti Rice & Flour Mills Pvt. Ltd., Trimurti Freight Ex­press (P) Ltd. RishabSamb­hav Engi­neer­ing & Con­struc­tion Pvt. Ltd., Suchi Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals Pvt. Ltd., Trimurti En­ter­tain­ment Me­dia, Trimur­tiIm­pex, and Trimurti Traders form part and par­cel of this um­brella of com­pa­nies. In­ci­den­tally, as per Mr Rajnish Singh, Chair­man, Rajnish Group, “our rice mill comes in the club of top ten in all of Bi­har and we rank within the top five in terms of qual­ity.” In ad­di­tion, “we have also made a Bho­jpuri film called Patna Se Pak­istan on a bud­get of about Rs 3.5 crore.” So also, “we are con­sul­tants to TCIL and have com­pleted a con­tract worth Rs 3 crore for them and an­other one of Rs4 crore is on the anvil.” Trimurti, which was set up in 20122013, turned in with about Rs six to seven crore in 2016-1017. An ini­tial in­vest­ment of about Rs 50 lakh was made for the unit which deals in rice. Trimurti runs on the steam of more than one hun­dred em­ploy­ees and “we log in ninety per­cent re­ten­tion of our staffers due to many rea­sons in­clud­ing the fil­ial at­mos­phere we pro­vide them with.” Ex­pan­sion of the rice-based unit is in the plan­ning stages by es­tab­lish­ing a new plant at a cost of about seven crore ru­pees. One of the main USPs of this com­pany is that “we have the lat­est ma­chin­ery which has been im­ported from China.” This firm is work­ing to­wards be­gin­ning rice ex­ports within the very near fu­ture and hopes to reg­is­ter a turnover fig­ure of about Rs 100 crore by 2023. How­ever Mr Singh rues that “fi­nances are some­what of an is­sue since one does not get loans eas­ily.”

Rajnish Singh, Chair­man

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