Transputec supports a 5 km Run/Walk campaign in Hyde Park, sponsoring of International widows’ day

London, June 23, 2013 - Team Transputec attended the 5 km run / walk to celebrate the Loomba foundation’s annual international widow day in Hyde Park. The purpose of this event was to raise funds for widows in India, Guatemala and Malawi. This occasion allowed the involved parties to not only share each other's experiences but also put their hands together as a team.

Despite the unseasonable weather conditions, sprits remained high and energetic. A thousand runners and walkers showed their endless motivation and enthusiasm. Volunteers were given the chance to socialise and give support to the millions of widows and their children.

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Transputec supports HAVEN/MBCF with donation to the Medical Camp

London, UK, 26 April, 2013 - UK based charity HAVEN has just announced that they completed the treatment of all their referrals from the January 2013 medical camps. These include two open heart surgeries at the Ananda Lok Hospital by the renowned Heart Surgeon Dr Tapas Roychoudhury and also six other surgeries mainly for women.

HAVEN values Transputec’s continued support for the community centre in rural India: “Please convey our sincere thanks to the Transputec Team for their generous donation to the Medical Camp.” Said Sushovan Ghosh, Managing Trustee, HAVEN.

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Transputec Raises 4k as they walk for Heart and Stroke

London, 18 October, 2012 - Transputec staff and family members attended the Heart and Stroke Research Campaign (HSRC) Walk for Heart and Stroke earlier this month and helped raise more than £12,000 for research at the Northwick Park Institute for Medical Research (NPIMR). Transputec was the largest group present and contributed £4,000 in sponsorship towards the centre for Investigational Proteomics – and aim to take that tally up to £4,500 with online donations and sponsorships through their Virgin MoneyGiving Charity Page.

Transputec CEO and HSRC Golden Heart member Rickie Sehgal brought along a group of 20 sponsored walkers to support the event. “In 2010 Team Transputec raised nearly a £1,000 for the campaign,” said Jayshree Shah, event organiser for HSRC. This year, they quadrupled that amount and aim to still raise more as they continue their ongoing support for HSRC.

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Transputec helps raise £23k for Heart and Stroke Research Campaign

London, UK, 12 July, 2012 - The Northwick Park Institute for Medical Research (NPIMR) held their annual charity fundraising dinner for the Heart and Stroke Research Campaign at The House of Commons, Member’s Dining Room on Friday 29th June 2012. The event was a success with 164 attendees, including honoured guests The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve, QC MP and NPIMR director Professor Shervanthi Homer-Vanniasinkam, as well as representatives from Transputec PLC and Heart and Stroke Research Campaign Golden Heart member Rickie Sehgal.

NPIMR is a registered charity funded entirely by grants and donations. The institute is academically linked to University College London and is pivotal in conducting medical research in collaboration with academic scientists and NHS clinicians.

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IT Group Win Electronic Air Freight Documentation Contract

UK, EUROPE, WORLDWIDE - 13 September 2011 - After operating similarly supplied systems at their Heathrow offices for the past eight years, Zurich headquartered Swissport International Ltd., which principally operates in the ground handling field, has appointed Wembley based Transputec Computers plc as the provider for its electronic air freight document management requirement worldwide.

Initially Transputec will provide its SHIELD Intelefile system to the twenty major Swissport stations across Europe and the US by 2012 before being rolled out to all stations worldwide. SHIELD Intelefile was designed specifically for the air freight industry where large volumes of paper-based documentation continue to dominate.

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Amalia Brightley-Hodges talks to Rickie Sehgal

Spring / Summer 2010 - Amalia Brightley-Hodges talks to Rickie Sehgal about growing a business with his brother from necessity to success.

Make IT Happens.

As someone whose entrepreneurism was born out of necessity, Rickie Sehgal is no stranger to big ideas backed by hard graft. From a young age he and his brother, Sonny, were responsible for helping their dad’s cosmetics business by stacking up their cars full of products and selling to anyone and everyone who was interested. A manufacturing chemist, their father developed formulas for all types of cosmetics such as shampoos, moisturisers and lotions etc but soon turned his hand to property development. However, he was constantly making losses on the properties and so Rickie and Sonny had to step in just to support the family.

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