Aquality Water Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Awarded as India's Best MSME

Aquality Water Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Awarded as India's Best MSME

Aquality Water Solutions Private Limited with the vision to provide clean drinking water facilities to the people of India, has received the coveted “INDIA 5000 Best MSME Awards 2020”. The awards are initiated by the Benchmark Trust & TQV Certification Services to give national level recognition to the Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises of India. It is a leading business awards aimed at recognizing the most promising and upcoming companies of India and to give MSMEs a platform to grow and develop their businesses. INDIA 5000 Business Awards is dedicated to celebrate the real spirit of business, entrepreneurship and leadership.

The awards selection process follows a research methodology based entries and nominations. The final winner is selected after a rigorous procedure after considering quality parameters and guidelines from the jury board which comprises of eminent personalities from various industries, knowledge partner (TQV) and other audit partners.

Mr. Mohammad Naser Azeez, Managing Director, Aquality Water Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (AWSPL) has said after receiving the awards in a digital ceremony, “Our sincere thanks to the organisers for appreciating our work in drinking water sector in India. This award is a testimony of our work in water sector with a conviction to reform India’s drinking water infrastructure. We have contributed immensely to the water treatment segment that has helped in improving quality of life of our citizens with commitment, technological innovations and achieving quality excellence.

Innovation holds the key to growth and sustainability of any organisation. Growth remains the key parameters to success but community development and environment replenishment is equally important while doing business. At AWSPL, we firmly believe that caring for the environment is fundamental and everyone to do his or her part to reduce the environmental footprint. With unsustainable usage pattern, our drinking water resources are becoming scarce day by day and the situation may mandate us to import our water at high cost for the survival.

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