Ceylon Glass Company Plc, incorporated in 1955, recently changed its name to Piramal Glass Ceylon Plc.
Company CEO Sanjay Tiwari said in a press release that a major re-branding exercise had recently been carried out across the Piramal Group, resulting in ‘a need to pause and ponder – not just on the company’s performance, but also it’s dreams and ambitions’. He said these deliberations led the company to adopt the new corporate identity of Piramal Glass, aligned to the new identity of the Piramal Group.
The statement said the value of the group is embedded in it’s new logo – the Gyan Mudra which is an aesthetic hand posture practiced in yoga, meditation and dance over the past 3,000 years. “The three fingers in their varying formations symbolize the mind, the body and the intellect, in short our core values of knowledge, action and care. Harmonising with each other, they aspire to form a circle of perfection, peace and happiness,” Mr Tiwari is quoted as saying.
Piramal Glass has a global footprint, with manufacturing facilities located in the USA, Sri Lanka and India.