LEAP India bats for water conservation to help farmers in Chhattisgarh

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MUMBAI: Leading supply chain management solutions firm LEAP India pledged for water conservation by building ponds for farmers to comfortably cultivate their crops at Bhilai in Chhattisgarh

The pond with liner is built to conserve water during the rainy season for saving the water for summer season. This has helped the farmers in the catchment area of this pond. The company is planning to build more of these kinds of ponds in the vicinity of these villages to ensure good water availability for cultivation in summer season. This will ensure two times cultivation for the farmers in the vicinity of these ponds. This would help the farmers double their income and reduces farmer suicides in these areas.

LEAP India firmly believes in creating sustainable development by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits to all stakeholders. “We have been spending some amount of our profits for CSR activities, we have chosen various aspects under this, and however we have got best satisfaction out of conservation of water for farmers to grow crops. During the current year we are looking to support sports personalities who are not able to meet their daily needs of training and living,” said Sunu Mathew, Founder & MD, LEAP India.

Started in the year 2013, LEAP India is among seven companies in the world, which has presence in manufacturing and leasing of pallets to FMCG, Automobile, Healthcare, logistic firms and beverage companies have been growing at 200% Y-o-Y.

Since its inception LEAP India has been an active participant in promoting CSR activities and has visited Prem Sadan Home for children where the company volunteered and spent a day with the children for understanding the daily routine of the children living there. It includes interactive activities and distribution of books and snacks etc.

As an honour to our guardians- Mumbai Police, team LEAP India had distributed Raincoats and Umbrellas to the police officers under the motive of Guarding the Guardians.

Serving to industry majors like Nestle, Mondelez, Amul etc., LEAP India expects to touch the revenue of Rs 100 crore this year in the pallate pooling business. ­­

LEAP India provides 1 million pallets made of wood imported from Russia and the contracts of pallets range from 3-5 years. The pallets are reusable, repairable and are an asset to the company. To keep track on the movement of goods, the company has also built its own software MyLEAP to ensure safe delivery of goods from warehouses to stores. Sunu Mathew, has started this company in the year 2013, after 12 years his stint in marketing with L’Oreal and six years with CHEP India.

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