OPA donates computer, printer to DIC, Ludhiana

To streamline the work for providing better services to the industries of the district, the Offset Printers’ Association (OPA) donated a set of computer and laser printer to the District Industry Centre, Ludhiana.

05 Jul 2021 | By Rahul Kumar

The DIC, Ludhiana officials with the OPA members

The office of the general manager, District Industry Centre, Ludhiana, is determined for the growth and development of trade and industry of the district. When it was noticed that for better services to the industry, more computer and printers are required, OPA came forward to provide a desktop computer and a laser printer.

Speaking on the occasion, Parveen Aggarwal, president OPA, appreciated the industry-government relations developed by the GM DIC. “Punjab can become the top industrial hub if the government authorities continue supporting the industry. These are the days of networking, and progress is possible only if the government and the industry start working together,” he said.

Giving an example, he added, “We are far away from the port and the transport cost to reach the port for export is too high these days. If government can offer solution and start bearing the transport cost from the state to the port, exports from Punjab can reach new heights.”

Rakesh Kumar Kansal, GM, DIC Ludhiana, while thanking OPA for its gesture, said, “My services are always available for the promotion of trade and industry. The District Industry Centre is there to support and find solutions to the industry challenges,” he said. He emphasised on cluster development and invited suggestions for the improvement in the working of DIC.

While thanking the GM, DIC, Prof Kamal Chopra assured full support from OPA and said that with determined efforts, both the industry and the state can prosper.