July E news

Welcome to the July E-news update. We hope this update finds you in best of health and good spirits. Here’s what has been happening this month:


Indus Blood Bank

TPL Holdings and Indus Blood Bank hosted a Blood drive for all its employees at Centrepoint. The event was a huge success as 75 TPL employees volunteered to donate blood including TPL Holdings Group CEO, Mr. Ali Jameel.


To further improve services to our clients, we at TPL Holdings have implemented state of the art SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) technology. SIEM aids in the effective detection of anomalies (such as malware propagation, particularly in the contact of infrastructure abuse etc.)


Centrepoint has a blend of automated and physical security systems in place. The physical security is provided in the form of well-trained security personnel deployed on all entry and exit points 24/7, as well as emergency response teams and well trained paramedical services personnel.

Sales Trip to Thailand

TPL Direct Insurance successfully concluded its 2014 Sales Campaign with a refreshing trip to Bangkok, Thailand for 5 days and 4 nights. The trip included the TDI Sales Team and all 3S Dealership business partners.

Success story of Trakker recovery

A valued customer’s vehicle; Suzuki Mehran VXR 2009, went missing from Rawalpindi on June 24, 2014.

Through great coordination and perseverance of the TRT, TCR and local Police the vehicle was successfully recovered and the culprits apprehended.

CARE Medical Camp

June 11th, 2014 - TPL Direct Insurance and Tameer Microfinance Bank in collaboration with Care International hosted a medical camp at Dull Goth, near Tando Ala Yar, Sindh. The camp aimed to provide Micro Health Insurance services to the underprivileged women segment.

PACRA Ratings for TPL Trakker

The Pakistan Credit Rating Agency Limited (PACRA) has maintained the long-term and short-term entity ratings of TPL Trakker Limited (TPL) at "A-" (Single A minus) and "A2" (Single A two) respectively. These ratings denote a low expectation of credit risk with strong capacity for timely payment of financial commitments.

Safety Tip

The safety of a child is the responsibility of a parent, caregiver or designated adult. “Street proofing” your child starts with encouraging him/her to make daily choices and decisions and be a part of family discussions.

Ensure your children know the following:

•  Name (especially last name)

•  Telephone number

•  Parents’ name(s)

•  Parents’ place of work and contact phone number

•  Emergency Contact Numbers

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