Our Vision & Mission
At Straton we know the fact that a customer is very minutely interested whether our organization is small or large and only focuses on what we can deliver to them. Just as our endurable products, with time we''''ve strived constantly to maintain that same bond with our clients from the initial purchase informing about the latest releases and new market schemes such that they do not end up paying for stroking stones in a dark cave till the time we are able to reach their abode and satisfy them completely. By relations we didn''''t just imply corporate associations but something which only personal attention can build over time as a satisfied customer for us is our greatest source of accomplishment and that is what has got is this far and will continue to do so. At Straton Group, we’ve taken a step further at being socially and environmentally responsible in real measurable terms and in real time. We believe that Social responsibility is not a cost and propose to view it as an investment in a strategic asset ensuring our continued growth and prosperity, for us…and the people around us. Straton’s local community programmes are designed to provide enduring benefits to its employees, clients, relevant stakeholders, partners and individuals in the periphery within which the company operates. We at Straton Group in our constant efforts to achieve the above are determined to establish that our ladder to excellence and perfection is leaning against the right support.
Some of our continual tangible works for the society include:
- Leading/Supporting a teams of local government school students to create a plastic free zones in the surrounding areas of Chennai educating people on the hazards of using plastic and generating community leadership schemes via grassroots movement(s)
- Managing procurement of materials to provide blankets and coversheets to the not-so-fortunate during extreme seasonal cold conditions in the state of Rajasthan, western India
- Working with the Local State government special cell and the Social welfare department educating lower ground people on ‘Human Trafficking’ and how they could be a victim of it creating awareness in rural villages of Southern India for over a period of 2 years