Ludhiana, December 30, 2015 (Rajinder Ahuja): Bidding Good Bye to 2015, Skipper Limited, the leader in manufacturing Plastic Piping Systems, has added one more accolade to its credentials, by winning ‘The Best Industry in Water Resources Sector’ from the Central Board of Irrigation and Power at an award ceremony held in New Delhi on December 29th, 2015.
Skipper Limited, known for its business proficiency in PVC pipe manufacturing in India was felicitated with the award by honorable Uma Bharti, Union Minister, Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation and Government of India. On behalf of Skipper Limited Siddharth Bansal, Director was present at the gala function to receive the award.
Commenting on this accolade, Siddharth Bansal, Director, Skipper Limited, said, "The award is a testimony to the constant efforts made by the team to make Skipper Limited a successful leading PVC piping system manufacturer in India. Central Board of Irrigation and Power is widely recognized not only in India but across the globe. The event is considered to be a benchmark for reviewing performances in the irrigation and power Industry. We are delighted to win this year and my heartiest congratulations to the entire team for the innumerable hours they have put in to make this possible."
He further added, ‘It is a matter of pride to set a benchmark, but along with it comes far more responsibility to deliver. We are confident of our talented team that has been the backbone for our growth and success so far. We will continue to deliver high-quality products in the years to come.”
Skipper’s PVC business has been registering 100% growth and has already captured a significant share of the Eastern India market. It has recently set up a PVC plant in Guwahati, which has a manufacturing capacity to produce 4000 MTPA plumbing and agri pipes. The company also has an initiative of excellence “Skipper Saathi” that, trains semi-skilled and unskilled plumbers. Through this initiative, the company aims to contribute to the growing requirement of trained manpower in plumbing and farming sectors.