Nippon Paints in India has recently completed the painting of the National Highway near the Ranipet Tollgate. They have covered an area of 47,341 square feet of the highway. It was painted by Nippon Paints as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative in three months.
This newly painted National Highway wall near the Ranipet Tollgate was beautified in cooperation with Ms. Kamini, the Deputy Inspector General of Police, in Vellore, Dr R Sivakumar the Superintendent of Police of Ranipet, and Ms. K T Poorani, the Deputy Superintendent of Police in Ranipet and many representatives from Nippon Paints were also present.
Many people from near and far away places and the vehicles which pass through this bridge will be benefitted from the new cleaned up bridge. as per the Nippon Paint representatives, they have approximately used around 3000 litres of Exterior emulsion and almost 1400 litres of Exterior Wall Primer were used to beautify the Ranipet National Highway. According to them these Superior External Nippon Paints will beautify and protects the wall from all exterior reaction which will last for a long number of years.
A total of five artists and ten painters were involved in this beautification process. Apart from the bridge they also completed the interiors of the family counselling room, children’s room, and also the lock-ups in the Police Station of Ranipet, Sholingur and Arokanam.
Through this beautification drive, Nippon Paints aim to convey the message of eco-friendliness, longevity, and the message of living in harmony with nature. The walls were painted with murals on a theme of “living in harmony with nature”. It covers a wide range of artistic creativity which ranges from agriculture, wildlife, portraits of people from across the world who are from different walks of life.
Mr S Mahesh Anand, the President of Nippon Paints in India said that “We are so happy to associate with Ms. Kamini to paint the National Highway. We are also sure that the bridge would cheer up the nearby villagers and the travelers who cross through the bridge. Nippon has always kept the messages of eco-friendliness, sustainability and harmony through our activities, products, and operation. We believe that our messages will be conveyed to the people whoever passes through the bridge”.
Kamini, the Deputy Inspectoral General of Police shared that “We are so thrilled to collaborate with Nippon Paints for this project. We are receiving a lot of appreciation from many people for this initiative. We thank Nippon Paints for such an initiative “.