Amritsar, NFAPost: The Greater Noida-based plant of New Holland Agriculture, a brand of Italian-American-Dutch domiciled CNH Industrial N.V. has been declared the winner of the ‘Golden Peacock National Quality Award’ for 2020, the company said in a statement.
The Golden Peacock Awards, established by the Institute of Directors in 1991, are regarded as a benchmark of Corporate Excellence in India and aims to develop challenges for competitors to raise their overall performance.
CNH Industrial was selected as a winner following a stringent three-tier evaluation process by a jury headed by M.N. Venkatachaliah, former Chief Justice of India and Chairman of National Human Rights Commission of India and National Commission for Constitution of India Reforms.
“This award reaffirms CNH Industrial’s commitment to World Class Manufacturing and its significant achievement in the field of Total Quality,” the company said.
The award winners were recognised through a virtual ceremony that was conducted on July 15, it said.
“This is indeed testimony to the overall performance, dedication and hard work put in by each and every employee of CNH Industrial India. Our brand equity and worldwide recognition has been on a steady rise not only in terms of increasing our customer base but also in being recognized for our work by reputed industry bodies and associations. This adds to our motivation as we continue to scale to greater heights,” Executive Director at the New Holland facility in Greater Noida, Narinder Mittal, said.
In India CNH Industrial manufactures agricultural equipment through its New Holland Agriculture and Case IH brands at its industrial bases in Greater Noida and Pune.
The company also manufactures construction equipment through its CASE Construction Equipment brand at its Pithampur (Indore) plant. It also provides financial services through CNH Industrial Capital (India) Ltd.
The company said that all three of its plants have reopened following initial shutdowns to protect the health and safety of employees and are now operating according to the standard global safety protocols.