On the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami, Otter Controls India inaugurated the third plant on Sunday, 10th April 2022. The guest of honour was Mr. Alan Gemmell, OBE, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for South Asia & British Deputy High Commissioner for Western India, and Mr. Avnish Malhotra, Head, British Trade Office Pune. The ceremony started with a ribbon-cutting and pooja of Lord Shri Ram. ...
Mr Gemmell said “Otter Controls India is an excellent example of how an Indo-British joint venture can work for the technological development in the automotive and domestic appliances sector to manufacture high-quality engineering products. The Otter Group is helping in creating various job opportunities and increasing international trade for the benefit of both India and UK and a great investment for the UK and Maharashtra too.”
All the valued customers, suppliers, and service providers of the organization were present for the ceremony. They congratulated Otter Group Chairman Dr. David Smith and Otter Controls India’s MD, Mr. Ulhas Joshi, for their successful new plant opening. The film about Otter Controls India’s journey was presented, and the ceremony ended with a delicious lunch.
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Otter controls India has taken an initiative to complete minimum 1,56,893 Surya Namaskar in 50 days. Started on an auspicious occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, every employee is performing twice a day in this activity.
Otter Controls India is an Indo British Joint Venture Initiative aimed at bringing High Quality Engineering Products and Services to various Automotive & Non-Automotive Customers in India and Abroad.
Otter Controls Ltd. U.K. is a multinational company engaged in manufacture & supply of high precision automotive engineering components electrical connectors, switches, cutouts, heating-element , protectors, wiring harnesses, and railway switch gear etc. The group is spread across Europe, China, India, Latin America & employs more than 1000 people worldwide.
To be world-class component supplier
in global & local market
To serve global and local customers by providing them on time delivery, best quality products at low cost
Bringing excellency in everything we do, team building with integrity and honesty and make OCI a great place to work
Otters always keep a shell bashing stone with them, which they stores in their little chest pouch so that they can have food without relying on anything else.
To an observer, the Otter’s life appears to be pretty easy. And the secret to that is being a little bit prepared.
Otters are excellent swimmers and have the underwater breath-holding capacity as well. They can even hold their breath for a straight eight minutes or so underwater.
Otters have a massive capacity and they use it for survival and growth.
Otters are truly ‘Social animals’. They connect and become friends with other species such as cats, dogs, goats, and even humans.
An Otter always remains open for new friendship opportunities. It likes to go beyond the comfort zone.
Otters have a routine of continuous grooming. They clean their fur and ensure that it will keep them buoyant and dry in water, which is ultimately essential for their survival.
Otters continuously prepare and improve themselves every day. It enables them to sustain in changing environments.
Otters keep each other safe from drifting away in water by holding hands. Especially when they are sleeping, they make sure that everyone is together.
Otter always helps his companions and ensures that all are safe. Otters like to move forward together.
Many times, otters have to face challenges regarding food and shelter - still, they enjoy their lives.
Otter loves to face challenges. They play well even in hard times.
Otters communicate with different distinct sounds like - whistles, chirps, chuckles, clicks, coos, whines, snarls, screams, and growls, etc.
Like other animals, Otter has not restricted itself with one or two sounds. Otter likes to communicate in different sounds.