Tata Chemicals was felicitated with ‘CII Industrial Innovation Awards 2019’, one of the most coveted innovation awards in the country.
Tata Chemicals has been ranked among the top 25 most innovative Indian companies by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) for its effort in developing innovative products that have the ability to fuel growth in the industry.
The spectacular award ceremony was organised by the apex industry body in Delhi where top 25 Indian companies across large, medium and small segments were felicitated for developing world class innovations.
Tata Chemicals Innovation Centre has been home to world class R&D capabilities in the emerging areas of food sciences, nanotechnology and biotechnology. One of the Tata Chemicals innovations highlighted by CII during the award ceremony was Tata Nx.
Tata Chemicals launched 100% Natural Tata Nx - Zero Sugar and Lite Sugar, a substitute for regular sugar without the use of artificial sweeteners that has additional health benefits. With innovation backed by science, it promises to deliver nutrition in its best form. Tata Swach water purifier and Tata Salt were other two company’s innovations cited by Confederation of Indian Industry.
R Mukundan, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Tata Chemicals said, “With innovation being at the core of a business, the benefits are manifold. It does not just help in staying relevant in the competitive market but also plays a significant role in contributing to the economic growth. This award is recognition of our team’s relentless effort to offer value to our customers and our commitment to be a sustainable, innovative, science-led chemistry company.”
Tata Chemicals has three state-of-the-art Innovation Centres in India. These established world-class R&D facilities houses experienced scientists at Tata Chemicals Innovation Centre in Pune, Rallis Innovation Chemistry Hub and Metahelix Life Sciences in Bengaluru. These centres act as the company’s technology and innovation hub to support Tata Chemical’s growth in Basic Chemistry Sciences, AgroSciences, Nutritional Sciences, Material Sciences and Energy Sciences.