Jubilant conferred Golden Peacock National Quality Award

Recognized under the ‘Chemicals and Pharmaceutical category’ the Jubilant Life Science has been awarded for consistent efforts in quality enhancement


Award presented by Mr Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, government of UAE

Jubilant Life Sciences was recently conferred with the ‘Golden Peacock National Quality Award-2015' in Dubai. The main theme of the summit was ‘Leading 21st Century Organization through 'ICE'. The prestigious award was presented to Jubilant in the ‘Chemicals and Pharmaceutical category' for consistent efforts in manufacturing quality products and continuously striving to bring quality improvements.

His Highness Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development Govt. of UAE felicitated Mr CB Bhardwaj, Senior Vice President - Manufacturing (Unit Head-Gajraula), Jubilant Life Sciences in presence of various eminent personalities.

Speaking at the occasion, Mr Shyamsundar Bang, executive director - Manufacturing & Supply Chain, Jubilant Life Sciences said, "Manufacturing is the foundation of our business and we bring with ourselves a rich heritage of over 36 years. For the last two decades, Jubilant has produced products which are globally competitive, which means products meeting global quality standards and expectations of customers in different parts of the world. At Jubilant, we are committed to continuous improvement to make quality products at an affordable cost."

"The global recognition that has come in the form of us winning the ‘Golden Peacock National Quality Award' for our Gajraula unit, the largest integrated Pyridine and its derivatives facility in the world, is a testimony of our manufacturing excellence and production strength. We continue to strive for more such recognitions and set benchmarks for future."

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