The Texmo Group produce innovative products, backed by a high-level of knowledge and service. We will continue to excel in meeting and surpassing expectations by being humble, agile and responsible.
It’s our belief that this way of working will allow us to stay the course when it comes to our bigger purpose of adding value to people’s lives. We’re driven by a mission beyond profit – creating a better and more sustainable tomorrow.
The idea for Texmo Industries takes shape in 19-year-old Ramana Ramaswamy’s head, as he undertakes a 40-day long journey to Sheffield, UK, to study engineering.
Ramana Ramaswamy uses his time in Sheffield, UK, wisely. He applies himself to his studies and begins to focus on engineering motors and pumps.
Texmo Industries is founded in 1956, and the first pump dealer is established in the same decade.
While our founder is still carrying pumps to product demos on his motorcycle, we introduce mono block pumps and establish two new factories (that are still in operation today).
The Ramana Gounder Medical Trust Hospital is founded, and Ramaswamy Ramachandran takes charge of Texmo Industries.
The tech revolution starts as we begin to digitise our systems before the competition. Meanwhile, we introduce open submersible pumps to the market, and Mrs Damayanti Ramachandran takes over the reins.
We adopt 2D CAD technology and add jets, compressors and new pumps to our product line. As well as a new R&D facility, Texmo Precision Castings is established in Coimbatore.
A basic training centre is established which forms the base for the Texmo Academy, while Texmo Precision Castings opens a factory in Warsaw, USA, and Taro Pumps becomes the first pump manufacturer to give extended warranties.
Taro Pumps expands its factory space and is awarded ‘Best private employer of differently abled people’, Taro Precision Castings scoops awards from Stanley Black & Decker and John Deere, while Texmo Academy partners with Skillsonics, Switzerland.
The 2020’s mark a time of progression for everyone within the Texmo Group.
Huge engineering advancements, industry-changing technology and a big investment in our people will surely make this our most exciting decade to date.
“It’s a highly ambitious environment. We’re learning and progressing every day but we’re still connected by the values and mission that our founder set, over 65 years ago.”
Suresh.v, Taro Pumps Employee
Everything we do across the Texmo Group is shaped by our company values. At their core, our values can be captured by the phrase ‘we think like a small company, and we behave like a large one.’ A small company mindset means we are agile, passionate about our work and meticulous about the details.
Behaving like a large company means we recognise the responsibility we have to our people, the public and the world. It means we are committed to making sustainable decisions, and working in collaborative and politely impactful ways.
The founder of Texmo Industries, Mr. R.Ramaswamy, believed in high-quality engineering and this belief encompassed everything – products, services, growth plans, and being future-ready. Therefore, from the 1950s to now, the Texmo Group has nurtured good values, created a strong purpose, and charted out a clear path to delivering the best-in-class products and services to customers.
Our history of investing in the greater good has given us a solid foundation and all the right opportunities to not only grow but also to be sustainable. And we want to be agile and adaptive when it comes to our work. Our past also gives us the confidence and enthusiasm to get into products and markets that complement Texmo’s offerings and bring richer and better value to our customers.
The future is not merely about staying in business; the future is about making the right kind of difference to the world at large. Today, every decision is made so that Texmo Industries has a great and exciting future for the next 100 years.