Mark Devaney, Vice President Manufacturing and Operations Excellence, Huntsman Textile Effects, said: “It means even more to Huntsman that this honour comes from an industry organization of the calibre of DMAI. We are proud to help contribute to India’s growth as an exporting nation in line with the Government’s Make in India initiative. We are also very pleased to be recognized for our safety performance. Zero Harm is a shared value across all of our manufacturing and distribution sites and offices. Underpinning our commitment to India, it is a culture and mindset that guides us to care for one another as well as the environment and the communities in which we operate.”
“We are very grateful to be recognized again this year. This outstanding achievement reflects the teamwork and culture of the Baroda plant, where we encourage everyone to actively participate to bring about continuous improvement in quality, safety and output. We make safe and environmentally sound processes our top priority as we continue to adopt and refine an integrated manufacturing system that enhances our sustainability, efficiency and product quality,” Kavishwar Kalambe, Site Director, Baroda Plant, Huntsman Textile Effects, said.
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