TVS Motor Company wins International Sustainability Award

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 04 Mar 2019


L-R: Dr S Devarajan, senior vice-president – production engineering and Dananjaya, general manager – production engineering from TVS Motor Company received the awards at Lisbon, Portugal.
L-R: Dr S Devarajan, senior vice-president – production engineering and Dananjaya, general manager – production engineering from TVS Motor Company received the awards at Lisbon, Portugal.

TVS Motor Company, a major manufacturer of two-wheelers and three-wheelers in the world, recently bagged the International Sustainability Award - ‘Green Era Award for Sustainability’ in Lisbon, Portugal. The company also won the ‘Quality and Business Excellence Award’ in acknowledgement of its endeavour to create new benchmarks in product quality.

The ‘Green Era Award for Sustainability’ was set up to recognise the true global exemplars who have been innovative and creative in pursuing the sustainable imperative. The company has bagged this award for the second time.

Commenting on this, KN Radhakrishnan, director & CEO, TVS Motor Company said, “We are truly honoured by the recognition bestowed upon us at this prestigious event. As a responsible manufacturer, TVS Motor Company has always been at the forefront of providing quality products to our customers while keeping sustainability at the core of all our endeavours. Over the years, we have focused on incorporating sustainable practices in design and manufacturing process. This recognition on a global platform fuels our effort towards greener manufacturing practices.”

The awards are based on the conclusion of the research team of Otherways Management & Consulting, France. The companies chosen were ranked against criteria such as investment attraction, high technologies, quality and staff for professional and modern management methods.

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