Mangaluru: MRPL holds Vendors’ Meet as part of Vigilance Awareness Week


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Mangaluru, Oct 28: Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd arranges for Vendor’s Meet every year as a part of Vigilance Awareness Week. The virtual meet was conducted on Thursday, October 28, 2021 to create awareness about new schemes/incentives being offered by Government to promote indigenous vendors, vendor registration procedure, developments in GeM, opportunities available in view of initiatives and other practices in refinery. More than 200 vendors from different parts of the Country participated in the virtual Vendor Meet 2021.

M Venkatesh, MD MRPL chaired the event along with Pomila Jaspal, DF, Sanjay Varma, DR, Rajeev Kushwah, CVO, executive directors, and other key executives, who shared their thoughts on what could drive a successful integral relationship between MRPL and its major stake holders who are vendors.

MRPL held a knowledge sharing session on Procurement Procedure of MRPL and the scope and opportunities for vendors to participate in the tenders of MRPL, along with presentation on different topics such as procurement through GeM portal and various opportunities to MSME vendors.

Vendors shared their pleasant experience of business relationship with MRPL in terms of smooth resolution of grievances, timely release of payments and strict adherence to established regulations.

Materials department took lead in organizing this meet which turned out to be a grand success.

 

 

  

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