Coimbatore: Two young entrepreneurs from Coimbatore, Kavin Kumar Kandasamy and Raja Palanisamy, have launched a personal lifestyle brand ‘MY’, a new company dedicated to the design, manufacturing and production of Indian-made safety products and services with Innovation, Design and Sustainability at its core.
The company was launched in the presence of Erik Solheim, the sixth UN Environment Executive Director and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, UNEP and K. Abdul Ghani, Founder of YouThink International Foundation.
During the launch ceremony, the company unveiled first-of-its-kind Indian-Made UV One Pocket Sanitizer and UV Safe Tabletop Sanitizer along with other unique indigenous products such as Antiviral Protection Masks, Scarves and Overalls, which will be critical to bolstering India’s domestic supply chains while ensuring the protection of Indians through COVID-19 and any future global health crisis.
Kavin Kumar Kandasamy said, “MY will boldly embrace technology-driven products and services that can meaningfully address the most critical aspect of safety in our day-to-day lifestyle. We’ve invested heavily in Research & Development and Manufacturing to ensure that we as a Nation can withstand any future health threats while reducing our dependence on global supply chains. Our company will not only protect India, but grow to be a world leader in personal protection Gear as a Lifestyle in design and manufacturing.”
Raja Palanisamy said, “Over the past few months, we have been extremely concerned about the critical shortage of quality protection products that people are facing during this unprecedented global pandemic. We have ventured in this space to Innovate and Develop Daily Lifestyle gear that protects people from all walks of life.”
K. Abdul Ghani said, “The team at ‘MY’ have launched products that are truly inspirational in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Their Made in India Safety product line is an excellent initiative that will not only help India, but the entire world, as it recovers and reopens.”