Nippon Paint India to Support Over 1000 Automotive Employees Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Nippon Paint India-Automotive Refinish has donated internally raised funds to more than 1,000 employees and painters in the automotive refining industry as the COVID-19 crisis continues to devastate business and the economy in the region. The funds were raised by a trust run and financed by employees of Nippon Paint India-Automotive Refinish company for the welfare of painters and color matchers associated with the company. Nippon Paint aims to demonstrate unity and encouragement to representatives of the struggling automotive refining industry, which continues to face hardship as a result of the economic recession in the country and the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
Mr. Sharad Malhotra, President, Nippon Paint India – Automotive Refinishes & Wood Coatings, said, “The COVID-19 outbreak has dealt a serious blow to many leaders of India’s economically poorer sections of society. It is not just our job, it is a privilege to be able to support our fellow countrymen. Automotive refining company, along with the rest of the automotive industry, is going through an unprecedented and difficult time, and it is our responsibility to look out for our community members and ensure a stable future for them.”
Nippon Paint India is a leading manufacturer of high-quality paints and coatings for the automotive, industrial and decorative industries. Nippon Paint India is part of the NIPSEA Group, which along with Nippon Paint of Japan is the largest coating company in Asia Pacific and the fourth largest in the world in terms of revenue.