Schott Glass gets recognition at Borosil Klasspack’s vendor meet

Schott Glass wins accolades

Schott Glass India receiving award at vendor meet event organized by Borosil Klasspack

Pharmaceutical glass manufacturer Schott has won accolades for ‘Being the most customer centric’ and ‘Appreciation for contribution as a business partner’ at the first ever vendor meet event organized by Borosil Klasspack.

The event, held in Nashik, Maharashtra, was to show appreciation for the vendors who have shown long-term commitment with Borosil Klasspack, which is a manufacturer of primary packaging materials, like glass ampoules and vials for life saving drugs. The awards were presented by Pradeep Kheruka, vice chairman of Borosil Glass Works Ltd.

On receiving the awards, Sundeep Prabhu, vice president – sales and marketing, Schott Glass India said, “We are honored that our commitment has been recognized by Borosil Klasspack, which is an integral client of Schott. We are constantly working to improve our best practices in order to deliver unparalleled product excellence in the market.”

To provide the Indian pharmaceutical industry with high quality pharmaceutical tubing, Schott has completely modernized the production technology of its 100% Indian subsidiary to Schotts global standards. The company has introduced its most advanced inspection  system, perfeXion in India, which has enhanced quality control of their FIOLAX tubing from statistical quality control to 100% inspection.

“Schott Glass has stood rock solid with Borosil Klasspack for more than 2 decades. A vendor plays a major role in the growth of any manufacturer, and we appreciate the enduring support Schott has continuously provided us with. This award is a recognition of our long standing relationship, and we hope to grow together further,” said Prashant Amin, managing director of Borosil Klasspack.

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