Savitri Jindal

Savitri Jindal

President of Jindal Group
Country: India

Content:
  1. Savitri Jindal: Biography
  2. Background
  3. Success and Wealth
  4. Jindal Group's Business
  5. Family Unity and Strength
  6. Future Plans

Savitri Jindal: Biography

Savitri Jindal, the President of Jindal Group, is one of the wealthiest women in the world. She took over as President of the Jindal Group after the death of her husband, Om Prakash, in an airplane crash.

Background

Savitri Jindal is the wife of O. P. Jindal, the founder of Jindal Group, which is the third largest metal manufacturing company in the world. O. P. Jindal was also a member of Parliament and a former Defense Minister in Haryana. Their son, Navin Jindal, is also known for his political and business acumen and is now following in his father's footsteps.

Success and Wealth

After the tragic death of her husband, Savitri Jindal gathered her children around her and continued her husband's business, achieving remarkable success. According to Forbes, in 2008, she ranked 110th on the list of billionaires worldwide. Each of her four sons owns a portion of her shares and helps their mother climb higher on the billionaire list every year.

In 2007, Savitri Jindal and her family ranked 390th on the global billionaires list. However, in 2008, they made significant progress and reached 110th place.

Jindal Group's Business

Jindal Group is prospering in the mining industry, metallurgy, industrial gases, and ports. The period between 2001 and 2006 is considered the most productive for business development in India. The rapidly growing economy creates favorable conditions for both foreign and local investors.

Family Unity and Strength

Savitri Jindal's sons emphasize the strong bond of their family, with their mother instilling hope, love, and understanding among them. After their father's death, their mother became the driving force that brought them together, provided strength, and helped them overcome this devastating loss.

Future Plans

During a press conference, Savitri Jindal, the director of the company, announced that the board of directors had decided to make significant investments in business development. They plan to invest $100 million in the company's expansion in Singapore over the next 2-3 years. This will be a crucial step for the development of the mining industry in countries such as Turkey, Indonesia, Vietnam, and India.

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