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| 04 March, 2021, 09:32 PM IST | E-Paper
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    On a war footing, these companies registered their best performance during the pandemic

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    From conserving capital to cost optimisation, headcount reduction to product portfolio rationalisation and increased technology adoption, corporate India has employed every trick in the book to survive a tough year. Many of these strategic changes made on a war footing — along with some good fortune in the form of a faster demand recovery and lesser-than-expected job losses — helped several businesses to post their best ever earnings.

    In the first week of April, as India’s Covid tally surged, a 30-member technical team at Minda Stoneridge’s Pune plant was tasked with an unusual project for Mahindra & Mahindra: convert speedometers to ventilator gauges. The auto manufacturer had volunteered to manufacture lifesaving ventilators for Covid hospitals in the country. Within 15 days, the Minda team designed a gauge to monitor the patients’ inhalation cycle, oxygen concentration and
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