Every job at PVNA is as unique as the employee. We embrace the model of hybrid work as well as the opportunities that come with it, to make it a flexible fit for you. This helps us in creating an environment where employees can balance their jobs with other aspects of their lives whilst taking an active role in shaping the world.
Work wherever it suits you the best; be it in the train, while sipping a coffee at a cafe between appointments, from a weekend staycation, or simply at your desk at home. We understand how the ability to choose where they want to work helps our employees strike the best possible balance. So at PVNA, all our employees are permitted to work remotely, as long as it is truly compatible with all their responsibilities.
At PVNA, we value work-life balance and always have a proactive approach towards health management. We know that for a job to be healthy, the employee and their workplace have to be a perfect fit, not just in terms of skills, talents, and personality, but also to the physical work that they perform. Hence, our aim is to offer workplaces where our employees can remain healthy and productive in the long term.
At PVNA, we consider our employees as our family and want them to feel excited about working for us. The definition of ‘compensation’ goes beyond the norm for us, with our support also being extended to areas such Health and wellness program, Medical benefits, Paternity and maternity leaves, Flexy timings, higher education, well crafted employee development initiaves, In-House Gymnasium and many more employee friendly programs and policies. With all of these perks, the work is a real fun in PVNA.
Padmini Engineering is established in Mohan Cooperative Industrial Estate
Emerges as a leader in the horn segment with 80% of Maruti Suzuki’s business.
Joint Venture is established with Hella
Padmini Engineering moves to a larger plant in Dhankot
Padmini VNA Mechatronics is established with a focus on powertrain and emission reduction technologies
Customers acquired included Hyundai, TVS, Tata Motors, Fiat, Mahindra,
Export of EGR Bypass Valve to Valeo Europe commences
Development commences for BS-VI emission regulations
Customers acquired included Honda (car), Toyota, Ashok Leyland, Maruti Suzuki, General Motors North America, Yamaha, Mahle & Mann & Hummel, Hero, Force Motor, Greaves, Escorts
Padmini VNA shifts to a plan in Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon
Development commences for Hybrid and BEV technologies
Customer base expands to include VW group, BMW, Toyota (Japan), Ford, John Deere, IMI, Scania, Honda (two wheelers), Royal Enfield, Isuzu, Renault Nissan, Stellantis, KIA, Bajaj (3W), KOEL, Piaggio, Kautex, Magna
Second plant is established in Dhankot, Gurgaon
Business development and technical support are established in key international regions
JVs are established with Vitesco Technologies and UK-based Saietta with a focus on electrification