Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Outperformers In Mumbai Meet To Discuss The Container Segment

The Outperformers' League is an exclusive forum, where fleet owners interact with other stakeholders in the trucking industry. It provides an opportunity for fleet owners to access first-hand information on crucial business-related aspects and concerns. The exciting new session of the OPL – Large Format took place in Mumbai on 25th September, 2013. This time to discuss about the nitty-gritties of the Container segment. The session saw a huge attendance of 35 participants, including 24 unique fleet owners, 5 NKAs, 8 IKAs and 11 retailers.

Kick starting the event, Mr. Gopinath Ramakrishnan gave a heartfelt welcome address to all in attendance. Following this Mr. Vijay Goudar (ABM) took over the reins with his in-depth corporate and OPL presentation. And this was just the beginning. The audience was delighted with the informative presentations given by motivational speaker Mr. Amit Mathur (Think Inc.) on ‘Be a Winner’ and the enigmatic Capt. Dinesh Gautama (Adviser, Container Shipping Line Association & President, Navkar Corporation) on ‘The Future of Container Shipping’. Not far behind was Mr. Amit Gupta (Zonal Head) who gave a captivating presentation on Mahindra Trucks and Buses and also gave the vote of thanks.

The session was a remarkable success, ending with loud applause from the audience. Who throughout the session actively participated. And were especially pleased with the excellent client service approach provided by Mr. Pathania (CEO, Spectra Automotive).
Following the event, the customers were all praise for the Mumbai OPL event:
Mr. Kamlesh Pandey (Pashupati Transline): "The program and presentations were very useful and relevant to our day to day operations.”
Mr. Amit Singh (Aman Roadlines): "We are thankful to Mahindra for organising such a wonderful program. The presentations were very informative and the session as a whole was very enjoyable.”
Mr. Pannalal Pandey (Pandey Roadlines): "Capt. Gautama's session was very informative. Even the audience Q & A session that followed was great."

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