Komatsu India Private Limited CSR Policy


  • Education and Training – Welding training for near by ITI (Industrial Training Institute) Students.
  • School Children Visits to Komatsu Chennai Plant
  • Engaging College Students as Interns – Thereby Educate & Create Employability.


  • Creating Employment Opportunities for fresh ITI students & engaging ITI students as Apprentices.

Fullfillment of Social Demands (On Demand Basis):

  • Donation to Local Community and Schools by providing improved facilities.


  • Tree Plantation
  • Energy – Solar Plant, Wind Energy
  • Ecology Activities

Pro-bono Activities (Employee Engagement Program):

  • Supporting employees driven community-based CSR Activities.

Diaster Relief Rehabilitation & Contributions:

  • Direct contributions to Community and affected employee families.
  • Contributions to PM/CM Relief Fund.

Company’s Contribution to CSR Based on the Company’s Act as Below:

  • 2% of the Last 3 Fiscal Years average Profit (EBT)
  • The Boards of Director should Devise, Drive, Make Budgetary allocations and ensure reflection in Annual Reports.

Covid- 19 Contribution to Government

  • KIPL Chennai Head Office

    Mr.Srikrishna, Director HR & GA, Mr.Sundararajan, DGM and Safety Manager, Komatsu India Private Limited, Oragadam factory, on Wednesday (16th Sep 2020) donated INR 2.0 mn (Indian Rupees Two Million) towards Tamil Nadu State Disaster Management Fund to Kanchipuram District Collector Mr.P.Ponniah towards Covid-19 contribution for Tamil Nadu State.

  • KIPL Bangalore Branch

    Mr. Yasunori Fujii, Managing Director, Mr. Raghavendra M S, AGM, Finance & Accounts, Mr. Aravind B A, Deputy Manager, HR & GA handed over the Demand Draft amounting to INR 1.0mn (Indian Rupees One Million) contribution on 28th January 2021 to Mr. ANJUM PARWEZ, IAS, PRINCIPAL SECRETRARY TO GOVT OF KARNATAKA, TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT, Bangalore towards COVID-19 Contribution to Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority.

  • KIPL Kolkata Branch

    Mr.Somnath Chakrabotrhy, Manager, Product Support, handed over the Demand Draft amounting to INR 700,000/- (Indian Rupees Seven Hundred Thousand) contribution on 14th October 2020 to WEST BENGAL STATE DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY towards COVID-19 Contribution for West Bengal Region.

  • KIPL Pune Branch

    Mr.Sudhir NTC Admin. & Sunil NTC Er. handed over the DD amounting INR 1.0 Million (Indian Rupees One Million) contribution on 19th October to RESIDENT DY. COLLECTOR OF PUNE, DR. JAYASHREE KATARE AND MR. VITTHAL BANOTE, OFFICER IN CHARGE OF DDMA [District Disaster Management Authority, Pune] towards COVID-19 Contribution for Maharashtra State.

  • KIPL Flo Singrauli

    Mr.Krishna Kumar Choudhary, Komatsu India Private Limited, Singrauli Branch had contributed INR 700,000/- (Indian Rupees Seven Lakh) on Thursday (4th February, 2021) to Mr.Rajeev Ranjan Meena, IAS (Collector & District Magistrate) of Singrauli towards Covid-19 contribution for Madhya Pradesh State State.

Contribution to Society

Pro-bono Activity by KIPL Employees: Contributed essential commodities and groceries worth INR 0.14 Million to nearby local community in Panruti Village (around 300 bags of Groceries) during Covid19 pandemic situation. KIPL Team members had handed over the bags to local community on 01st June 2020.

Industrial Orientation to School Children

A part of KIPL CSR Education Program, the school students visited KIPL Chennai Plant on 14th Feb 2020 to understand the Industrial systems and practices. 34 Students came for visit and KIPL HR & Production team had explain about our KIPL Products and other key activities. Educational Kits which shall be readily used were handed over to the school students at end of the visit.

Education & Employment

CSR education program - KIPL contributed Welding Equipment to nearby adopted SRI BAKTHAVATCHALAM I.T.I to strengthen welding skills of students. The donation package includes Spot welding machine, CO2 welding machine, Arc welding machine and OXY-ACCTYLENE gas cutting machine, etc.,

Contributions to Educational Development