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Huntsman India gets DMAI six awards

Recently in Mumbai, Huntsman Textile Effects, the global leader in innovative and environmentally sustainable dyes, chemicals, and digital inks, has bagged six awards at the annual presentation ceremony of Dyestuffs Manufacturers’ Association of India (DMAI).

Huntsman India gets DMAI six awards
Figure: Huntsman Corporation is a publicly-traded global manufacturer. And marketer of differentiated and specialty chemicals with 2020 revenues of approximately US $ 6 billion.

These awards were presented to Huntsman India for its distinguished efforts in the areas of safety and hazard control, energy conservation and water conservation.

Rahul Tikoo, MD, Huntsman, India sub-continent said, “Huntsman is honored by this recognition from DMAI. It strengthens our commitment towards society as sustainable corporate citizens, which is a true differentiator for us to stay ahead in the global market scenario.”

Also, they will continue their efforts to promote a culture of innovation and development with their stakeholders to help bring about significant change and co-create solutions to drive holistic growth.

On the other hand, Huntsman won awards (large-scale unit category) for excellent performance in safety and hazards control, water conservation, energy conservation, water conservation, and pollution control.

Kavishwar Kalambe, Site Director, Huntsman Textile Effects said, “Huntsman is committed to generating genuine, sustainable added value. This outstanding achievement reflects the teamwork, EHS culture, continuous improvement towards water and energy conservation achieved at the Baroda plant.”

And this requires the best possible balance between ecological, and social needs, as well as the highest priorities of having safe and environmentally sound processes, he added.

Basically, Huntsman Corporation is a publicly-traded global manufacturer. And marketer of differentiated and specialty chemicals with 2020 revenues of approximately US $ 6 billion.

 

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