Our purpose is to provide sustained value to the community at large. And we walk the talk every single day. Right from the time our founder, Mr. R. Ramaswamy, returned to India in 1945 to today.
The founder of the Texmo Group was a rarity in more ways than one – the son of a farmer who studied electrical engineering in England in 1937, and returned to India with the aim of giving back to society. Mr. Ramaswamy achieved this purpose by harnessing his education, practical thought process, and an unwavering focus on ethical business.
The chief motivation to create Texmo was to help farmers by engineering and manufacturing high-quality, affordable, and dependable pumps. This continues to be the core value and purpose of our company.
Our purpose is not short-term gains, but long-term sustainability, investment in people and providing social value. To achieve these aims, we stay the course of building a group of companies that strives to look after people who are at the centre of our business – employees, customers, suppliers, and the society around us.
“All employees are encouraged to do the right thing, and given the time to do so.”
Karthekeyan Sundararaj, Taro Pumps Employee
Texmo Industries started the Texmo Academy in 2013, with a view to equip young people with the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in manufacturing. In 2016, Texmo Industries entered into a partnership with Skillsonics to conduct the Multi-Skilled Production Technician (MSPT) course for underprivileged students.
Founded in 1974, the Ramana Gounder Medical Trust Hospital is a non-profit healthcare centre with a reputation for high-quality medical care in maternity and child care services. It renders yeoman service through an OPD, operation theatre, 30 beds, clinical lab and a neonatal ICU managed by a team of 7 medical and 37 para-medical personnel.
Our Miss-a-Meal Program started in 2010, when a few like-minded colleagues decided to make a real difference for under privileged children by missing a meal once a month and collecting money to organise/provide a meal for these children. A movement that began with a few individuals has grown significantly to now include almost all Temxo Group employees.
Started in 2004, Taro Green aims to increase green cover across India. Along with planting trees, this program also gives free water pumps to villages. Since its inception, Taro Green has been responsible for distributing a large number of free pumps and planting many trees.