Giving back to the society

Gmmco is committed to go beyond business to build a progressive nation. We believe in sustainable growth that makes a difference to communities and improves the lives of the people we touch. Our endeavour is to make a positive impact on society and the environment by suitably leveraging our technologies and resources for the greater good.


  • When Cyclone Gaja hit Pattukottai, Peravurani, Kothamangalam, it left behind damages that we haven’t seen in decades. The crops destroyed, trees uprooted, electric poles damaged, leaving the district shattered. More than 35 people were reported dead. The Pattukottai RTO requested Gmmco and we sent out 424 machines in an effort to restore normalcy in the district.
  • Five 424 machines operated day-night, cutting the uprooted trees to clear the road blocks, reconstructing the EB post, clearing the land to facilitate commuting, and restored power and livelihood in the cyclone-affected areas.
  • At present, with relief operations spanning across key pockets of Thanjavur, Peravuranai, more than 40 families have obtained support for livelihood. Five machines have been provided for 5 days costing INR 1,54,000/-.
  • Water crisis being the core of human lives pulled attention of Government and Corporate for restoration and conservation activities. In this regard, Gmmco join hands with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to rejuvenate water bodies under Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC). The water bodies were in the state of dilapidation, required restoration activities to improve ground water storage. As a part of this initiative, Gmmco took up the task of restoring three water-bodies viz., Karumanchavadi (0.75 acres), Retakuttai (0.98 acres), and Uthukulam (0.75 acres) located in the suburbs of Chennai. Apart from increasing ground water storage, the project also serves to improve recreation and domestic usage requirements.
  • Gmmco provided funds for the reconstruction of 9 Anganwadis under the integrated Child Development scheme (ICDS) of Govt. of Tamilnadu in North Chennai benefiting over 300 Children under 6 of age. These Anagwadi building were in dilapidated condition and the children who were using them were unable to use the facilities for a long time.
  • Gmmco provided infrastructure support to underprivileged school children of Govt. Middle School, near Korba, Chattisgarh.
  • In Sep 2017, GMMCO built and donated two floors of a School building consisting of:
    • 3 classrooms
    • 2 separate toilets for girls and boy
    • Staff room for teachers
    • Room for the principal
    • Furniture and fans
    • Drinking water facilities
    • Veranda for serving non-meal
  • Apprx cost of Rs.37 lakhs
  • Students strength: Over 125 school girls and boys up to class VIII
  • As a first of its kind initiative “Operator Training Program” was launched by Gmmco in 2011
  • It focused on Cat® 424B training as a joint venture with Chhattisgarh Nirman Academy (NRDA) at Naya Raipur
  • The training program consists of 8 weeks rigorous training consisting of Class Room Lectures and On Job & Class Room training
  • Designed for skill development and employment / entrepreneurial opportunity development of youth.
  • Flood relief activities executed by Gmmco:
    • Direct  distribution of relief materials to People in flood affected areas
    • Collaboration with NGOs for  debris clearance operation* (Gmmco and  Caterpillar associated with Govt. / NGOs and organised machines for cleaning, segregation and removal of debris. Machines used includes Backhoe loader, tipper / trucks)
    • Collaboration with Chennai Municipal Corporation for debris clearance operation
    • Financial support to employees affected by flood
  • Incessant rains caused flood-like situation in Idukki, Malappuram, Wayanad and Kozhikode districts of Kerala. Red alert was issued in low lying areas like Aluva, Cochin, Chalakudy and Pathanamthitta. All modes of transportation were suspended due to heavy floods. The Kottiyur Panchayat requested and Gmmco sent a Cat 424B2 Backhoe Loader to clear the land to facilitate commuting, restore livelihood among the communities. Currently, about 10 villages have been cleared of piled up road damages and relief operations are still underway.
  • Gmmco is planning to deploy additional M/c based on request from the government bodies, and Caterpillar has also shown interest in partake in future relief works.