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Indian Manufacturing Organizations honoured at India Green Manufacturing Challenge (IGMC)

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International Research Institute for Manufacturing (IRIM) hosted 5th Edition of its flagship annual award function for the India Green Manufacturing Challenge (IGMC) on 22nd June 2019 at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai for recognizing the Best Green Manufacturing Processes deployed by the Leaders of the Indian Manufacturing Sector.

India Green Manufacturing Challenge (IGMC) is an award platform that assesses and evaluates the units which exhibit sustainable Green Manufacturing Processes on their journey to inclusive growth. The winners of the award are the companies who have exhibited excellence in the adoption of Green Processes beyond the standards and have established a new benchmark for others to follow.

Among the 52 companies awarded, Welspun India Ltd. - Anjar Plant and UPL Limited, Ankaleshwar bagged the top award along with Reliance Industries Limited - Hazira, Cummins among others winning Special Awards.

Anand Louie, Director - IRIM welcomed the gathering with an address towards the need of adoption of Green Manufacturing processes in Indian Manufacturing Sector. With the focus on people in order to implement and achieve sustainability in the Green Manufacturing processes, Louie stressed upon the need of adopting a structured approach towards effective Project management.

The chief guest at the ceremony Dr A Vellayan - Executive Chairman, Murugappa Group lauded the efforts of IRIM as one of the very few institutions in India who is recognizing and training the organizations on the Green Manufacturing Processes to ensure India's ability to become a global supplier.

The distinguished guest at the ceremony Padma Shri Dr Mylswamy Annadurai emphasized on the need for change in processes across the industries to ensure the development of more efficient and cost-effective products by reducing wastages.

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First Published: Mon, March 25 2019. 15:43 IST