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NFL, Ranbaxy units bag Indo Rama safety awards

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New Delhi , Sept. 18

NATIONAL Fertilisers Ltd (NFL), Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd and Indo Rama Synthetics (I) Ltd are part of a host of companies that have bagged the National Safety Awards for 2001 and 2002.

The Union Labour Minister, Dr Sahib Singh Verma, presented the awards to the companies at a function held here.

While the Nangal unit of NFL had bagged winner award for 2002, the Bathinda unit of NFL had been declared a runner-up. A release issued by NFL said the Nangal unit had bagged the award on account of achieving longest accident-free period of 1,003 days.

Pharma major Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd, in a communiqué issued here today, said that it had received the National Safety Awards for 2001 and 2002. Ranbaxy's Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) facilities at Mohali (Punjab) and Toansa (Punjab) were the plants that had been awarded in different categories in the two years under review.

Indo Rama Synthetics (I) Ltd said that the company had bagged runner-up positions of the National Safety Awards for 2001 as well as for 2002.

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