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Zenitex's hat-trick of National Energy Conservation award
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Oct '14
Mr. Viral Desai (L) receiving the award
Mr. Viral Desai (L) receiving the award
Zenitex Pvt. Ltd., a Surat-based textile process and dyeing company, has achieved a hat-trick by bagging the ‘National Energy Conservation’ recognition for the third time in a row.
 
The National Conservation Awards, given by the Ministry of Power, Government of India, recognize innovations and achievements for efficient utilization and conservation of energy, in various sectors including industry, building, aviation, and municipalities, among others.
 
Zenitex was among the companies felicitated with the ‘National Energy Conservation’ awards and merit certificates at a high-profile award ceremony in New Delhi last month.
 
With this felicitation, Zenitex has now become the only textile company in India to have won this prestigious recognition consecutively three times in a row.
 
Mr. Viral Desai, director of Zenitex, said, “We’re thrilled to win the National Energy Conservation Award for our company and are confident that our efforts will inspire others to drive sustainability initiatives across their organizations. By the grace of Almighty, Zenitex has taken great strides during the past four years to become sustainable in our operations and I’ll make sure that this stays an ongoing process.”
 
Mr. Desai, who has taken commendable steps to set up high benchmarks for energy conservation across the company, told fibre2fashion, “We are very pleased and happy to share the news that Zenitex has won the National Energy Conservation Award for the Third consecutive time in a row in the textile category...will be a part of the history as no other company has won such recognition.” (RKS)
 

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