SK Narvar promoted firm, which pioneered fuel delivery industry in the country has raised Rs 12.5 crores from investors including the Jaipuria Family Office.
Covid-19 pandemic has presented us with a prospect to reinforce our position as a global leader. Our endeavour to bring "much-needed supply" of vaccines to the world market, along with other medical supplies such as ventilators, PPE kits, diagnostics, and medicines, have been duly applauded globally, says Capital India Corp chairman SK Narvar.
Sharing his assessment of the Union Budget 2021, SK Narvar says that it will empower Indians to lead the world with confidence, courage, and conviction.
Capital India Finance Corp Chairman SK Narvar believes that India’s response to the pandemic has demonstrated our ability to successfully scale up our research, manufacturing, and distribution abilities at ultra-short notices. All this will help instil investors’ confidence in India’s potential as a global manufacturing hub.
The Capital India Corp Chairman in an exclusive conversation also spoke about India’s role as ‘Vaccine Powerhouse’ in serving low and middle-income nations and why India’s role will be crucial in defeating and eliminating the pandemic.
India’s economic performance in last month has been promising. The next 100 days- which mark the onset of the festive season in our country – will be critical for our economic revival, says SK Narvar.
Welcoming Dr Harsh Kumar Bhanwala on board, Capital India Finance promoter SK Narvar said “his long experience will add greater value to the Capital India Group”.
The world’s most downloaded healthcare app, Aarogya Setu, is an excellent example of our competencies. Its vitality in fighting COVID-19 has been acknowledged by global authorities such as the World Bank.
The resolve to boost domestic manufacturing through the vocal for local strategy is commendable. It will not only give a fillip to local industry but will also harness country’s diversity which lays hidden in the numerous towns and villages.
The outbreak of the pandemic is one of the toughest situations faced not just by our country but the entire world. Even though economies are beginning to revoke lockdown orders gradually, the future remains uncertain