Committed to Making a Difference

At TBI Corn Limited, we believe in making a meaningful impact beyond our business operations. Our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an integral part of who we are. We focus on initiatives that empower our community, enhance the well-being of our employees, and contribute to sustainable practices. Explore how TBI is dedicated to making a positive difference in society and the environment.

At TBI Corn Limited, we understand that true success goes beyond profit margins; it’s about the positive impact we create on communities and the environment. We’re dedicated to nurturing and empowering lives, enriching the well-being of our employees, and contributing to a sustainable future for all. Our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility is at the heart of everything we do.

Through the relentless dedication of our CEO, Mr. Yogesh Rajhans, the continuous hard work since 1999 is propelling our endeavors to new heights. The business he founded has earned recognition from the print media, further enhancing the honor associated with being a part of TBI’s esteemed leadership.


More Than Maize: A Commitment to Community

TBI’s dedication to Corporate Social Responsibility reflects our belief that success should be measured by the well-being of the people we serve and the planet we share. We’re not just in the business of maize; we’re in the business of positive change, of nurturing communities, and of preserving the environment for future generations.

Empowering Farmers (Agricultural Welfare)

At TBI, we understand that our success and the snack industry’s future rely on the well-being of the farmers who supply our raw materials. We conduct seminars and training sessions in partnership with field experts to educate farmers about seed selection and innovative farming techniques. This collaborative effort has not only increased crop yields from 30-40 bags per acre to 60-70 bags but has also enhanced the overall quality of their produce. Our commitment to farmer welfare goes beyond business; it’s about creating a sustainable, thriving agricultural community.

Employee Well-being Programs

We take our responsibilities seriously, not just for our full-time employees but also for our daily wage laborers. Regular medical check-ups, hygiene awareness campaigns, and motivational lectures improve their well-being and outlook on life. We offer free yoga sessions for physical and emotional balance. It’s all about caring for our extended work family.

Community Engagement

We strongly believe in fostering connections and encouraging interaction. To facilitate this, TBI has established a public library where people of all ages, from senior citizens to youngsters, can gather, read newspapers, and enjoy books. The sheltered area is open throughout the day, providing a comfortable space for intellectual exchange and relaxation.

Amenities for Suppliers and Visitors

Our daily interactions with farmers and lorry drivers, whether for purchasing raw materials from APMC or directly from farmers, often involve waiting times. To make their wait more comfortable, we’ve installed clean, well-maintained washrooms and toilets. Additionally, we offer free filtered water and access to tea and coffee vending machines.

Worker Support and Inclusivity

Our milling units employ many workers who come from distant places like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Orissa, and West Bengal. To make their stay hassle-free, we provide free lodging and operate a canteen where everyone can enjoy quality, hygienic food together.

Porter Welfare Initiative

We take pride in leading a movement in our MIDC area five years ago. We joined forces with other factories to significantly reduce the weight of grain bags carried by porters. Previously, bags exceeded 100 Kgs, but through this initiative, we no longer accept bags over 100 Kgs. As a result, most bags now weigh below 60 Kgs, and those above 75 Kgs are rare.

Fair Trade Practices

To address the concerns of small farmers, we’ve installed an independent weigh bridge. Farmers can weigh their produce here, ensuring transparency and trust. This has empowered our local farmers to save on transportation costs by combining their produce and sending it in larger vehicles.

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