The 8th National Cluster Summit recently held in New Delhi organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), KOB pioneer in medical textiles based in Palladam nearby Tirupur District bagged four CII National awards.
The Company received first prize in quality with case study - Defect part reduction in Product, second prize in the category of Productivity - for SMED implementation in warping and third prize in cost and energy : Case study being "Steam consumption Reduction in Processing.
It also bagged the Innovative Case Study Award, MSME Category from the jury, a CII release said here today.
The summit was aimed at creating a multi stakeholder platform to promote discussions by leaders from government, industry, NGOs, academia, R and D organizations and consulting firms. The theme of the event was 'Build SME Competitiveness: Invest in Clusters' has its genesis partly in Hon'ble Prime Minister's clarion call of Make in India including that of Zero Defect and Zero Effect and the fact that Clusters have been testified as important means of growth and transformation.
KOB Medical Textiles (EOU Division), set up in Coimbatore in 1998 in Southern India is a 100% subsidiary and Foreign Direct Investment of M/s. KARL OTTO BRAUN GmbH & Co. KG, GERMANY, the worlds largest producer of elastic textile fabrics for medical use. KOB Medical Textiles is a world class Export Oriented Unit (EOU) with STAR HOUSE status, exporting specialized bandages to Europe and World over.
KOB Medical Textiles Pvt. Ltd has been growing ever since and which, these days, employs almost 500 people. With their manufacturing capabilities in India they are perfectly positioned to promote global standards while maintaining cost relevance in local markets. They believe that India will be the destination of choice for quality health care in the future. Therefore they continue to innovate new products for their customers and invest in people who share their ideas.
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