Mumbai: The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC), which is implementing the crucial Colaba- Bandra-Seepz Metro-3 corridor, from Monday, will carry itself with a fresh logo.
“The earlier logo was designed with an elevated Metro-3 corridor in mind as was planned originally. The new logo will present the organization more appropriately as it is more relevant, fresh and robust,” said UPS Madan, Director, MMRC and Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, while unveiling the new logo.
“It may also be noted that MMRC was initially floated as an State Government agency. However, the same now is a joint venture of State and the Central Government and will function as such,” said Madan.
“The infrastructure industry communicates with the world with its brands that are communicative and logos that are relevant to the business,” said Ashwini Bhide, Managing Director, MMRC.
“We are looking forward to establish a fresh dialogue with the city, as it desperately is in need of this underground metro corridor, which will rid this city of its traffic woes and more importantly the hundreds of on-track deaths,” concluded Bhide.
Also present on the occasionwere Ambuj Bajpai, Under Secretary, MoUD, GoI; S.K. Gupta, Director (Projects), MMRC; A.A. Bhatt, Director (System), MMRC; D.G. Diwate, Chief General Manager (Tracks), MMRC; S.R. Nandargikar, Chief General Manager (Civil), MMRC; .R. Ramana, Executive Director (Planning), MMRC; Indranil Sarkar, Chief Finance Officer, MMRC; R.M. Gotaphode, Chief Accounts Officer, MMRC; Dilip Kawathkar, (GM-HR) and Ritu Deb.