Bangalore, Nov 18 (IANS) India’s leading power products firm, Crompton Greaves Ltd and dominant food packaging player, Tinplate Company of India Ltd bagged the CII-EXIM Bank 2010 awards for business excellence Thursday.
Instituted by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Export Import (EXIM) Bank, the awards are given to companies in manufacturing and services sector in recognition of highest quality measured across various parameters by the CII’s Institute of Quality, based in this tech hub.
Nine companies under public and private sectors, including Bharat Electricals Ltd, Kotdwara, Bharat Heavy Engineering Ltd, Hyderabad, Bosch Ltd, Nashik, Godrej and Boyce Mfg. Co Ltd, Larsen and Toubro-Komatsu Ltd and JSW Steel Ltd were awarded for significant achievement in maintaining highest quality standards.
In the small and medium business (SMB) segment, four companies – Nicco Parks and Resorts Ltd, Indolox Services Ltd, Moonlight Engineering and Weir Minerals India Ltd — were given awards for achieving quality in their products and services.
Similarly, 120 private firms, including Anta gas power station of the National Thermal Power Corporation, Panchkula unit of the state-run Bharat Electronics Ltd, Ranipet, Bangalore and Tiruchirapalli divisions of BHEL and four units of Kirloskar group were given commendation awards for strong commitment to excel.
In the SMB segment, Thinksoft Global Services Ltd and Moolchand Medcity bagged the awards for strong commitment to excel.
The Security Solutions division of Godrej and Boyce Mfg Co was awarded for people management and Canon India Ltd for resource management.
The CII national award for food safety went to Perfetti VanMelle Ltd, Manesar unit, under category three, while Connaught Plaza Restaurants Ltd and McDonalds Family Restaurant at Ghaziabad were commended for significant achievement under category three.
Bangalore-based Heritage Foods & Beverages was also commended for significant achievement under category one.