FANUC CORPORATION, Japan is a pioneer in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) technology since 1956. In today’s manufacturing world, “FANUC” is amongst the most reliable and dependable brands on any shop floor. This has resulted in our achieving a dominant share in the demanding CNC and ROBOT markets.
FANUC India Private Limited is a subsidiary of FANUC CORPORATION and was established in 1992 with its headquarters in Bangalore.
FANUC India’s main objective is to provide the Indian market with the entire range of top of line FANUC products coupled with value-added services, thereby delivering the least cost of ownership to our customers.
FANUC INDIA CSR Policy intends to make a positive contribution to society through high impact, sustainable programs, which intends to:
|Nutrition to underprivileged children studying in Government schools in rural Bangalore. Balawadi and daycare for slum children at Pune. Support to Orphanages at Bangalore, Madurai and Coimbatore. Support education and improvement of infrastructure of schools and hostels for visually and mentally challenged children.
|Education to underprivileged children studying in Government schools at Mysore; and Girls at Chakan and Gurgaon; support blind students. Scholarships to deserving, bright high school kids at Bangalore. Improvements and building a new infrastructure of Government school and slum children education at Bangalore.
|Support to poor Cancer patients and children with autism at Bangalore.
FANUC India social initiatives span the country – from Kashmir to Coimbatore, in various segments.
Sri Sathya Sai Annapoorna Trust has a long relation with FANUC India. FANUC India is the first client of Sri Sathya Annapoorna Trust, and the relation started in 2016. The journey started when Sri Sathya Sai Annapoorna Trust members contacted the lead personnel of FANUC CSR heads, and then everything happened. Initially, FANUC adopted 10 to 12 rural schools, where they provided dry ration. FANUC also helped Sri Sathya Sai Annapoorna Trust in setting up RO water plants in schools. There have not been away from the groundwork as well. Their employees regularly visit the adopted schools to see the developments made. As they got into a long relationship bounded by trust and inspired by the selflessness of Sri Sathya Sai Annapoorna Trustees, the relation is continuing till today. And the adopted school count has increased to 22. During the pandemic, they also supported the trust with COVID requirements as well.
Sri Sathya Sai Annapoorna Trust holds the goodwill of FANUC India for the years to come and continue to work together for making education reachable and by improving the infrastructure of the schools.