Mohali: On one hand where industrialists have expressed their concern over social crusader Anna Hazare’s movement against graft saying it will worsen the country’s situation, there are few entrepreneurs who know how to expand business without dirtying their hands in corruption. Arvinderjeet, Executive Director of Tynor Orthotics from Mohali has set an example in this regard.

He was selected for the COSIA Adarsh Entrepreneur Award-2011 for managing a successful company without indulging into corruption.

Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata said if you don’t indulge in corruption, the business can suffer. However, there are few industrialists who are running their business corruption free and achieving new heights and are role model.

Arvinderjeet’s Tynor has been manufacturing orthotics products since last two decades and also exports its items in 22 nations including France, Germany, Holland and Mexico.

The company having a turnover of Rs 25 crore yearly provides employment to 400 people.

According to Arvinderjeet, who is strict about rules and regulations, the main reason behind the success was complying with the standards set by the government.

“Our company meets all kinds of rules set by governmental departments including income tax, sales tax, Factories Act, etc,” he said.

“I have never given any sort of bribe for the company. There were times when people filed illegal petitions against us but we have always won,” added Arvinderjeet.

The award will be conferred upon Singh at a function to be held in Thane on August 30.

JPN/Bureau