Alphard Turns 7

[Mumbai 15 October] The Alphard Group celebrated its seventh anniversary at the Grand Pavilion and Lawn, Peninsula Hotel. An enthusiastic group of staff members of the Group gave a warm welcome to all the guests as they arrived at the venue.

The function started with a Ganesh Vandana which the attendees participated in enthusiastically; this was followed by much appreciated song and dance performances that included a Salsa number by a foreign artiste.  A ramp walk by staff members of the Group was a huge hit with the audience.

Achievers in the company were awarded special mementos and commended by the company for their sterling contributions.Captain Alok Kumar, Chairman, Alphard Group, shared his thoughts on the occasion, saying, “The entire credit of the smooth operations of the company goes to the staff that is on their toes 24×7. I just sit back and enjoy myself.”Mrs Prity Kumar, Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Group, said, “Much hard work and sleepless nights have gone into making the company what it is today. The sacrifices of the past have given us the successes of today.”

Established in 2009, Alphard Maritime is managed by certified Master Mariners, Chief Engineers, trained technicians and qualified professionals. Approved by all classification societies, it started its maritime journey with UT gauging services and has four years of experience in undertaking ultrasonic thickness measurements of hulls.The vision of the company is to become an internal solution to clients by excelling in delivery of bespoke maritime solutions, continual improvement and to deliver high quality, efficient and economical solutions.



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