The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) presented Gerresheimer Triveni with the Customer Obsession Award in December 2020. At Triveni in Kundli, plastic containers and closures for solid medications have been produced in accordance with the American Drug Master File (DMF) standard of the FDA (Federal Drug Association) for two decades. Triveni has been part of the Gerresheimer Group since 2012. The company is currently building a further plant to produce plastic containers in Kosamba.
“As a leading total solutions provider, we believe in innovative packaging solutions and are committed to working closely with our customers,” said Prakash Dhameja, Managing Director of Primary Packaging Plastic India, who received the award at a virtual event, adding, “even when we had to work under extreme conditions during the Covid19 outbreak, we managed to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations. I would like to thank all employees for their extraordinary commitment, and I am very proud to receive this award on behalf of the workforce and the Gerresheimer Group.”
Triveni Polymers Ltd. is part of Gerresheimer Primary Packaging Plastics and produces plastic containers and closures for solid and liquid medications in association with sites in Europe, Asia and America. The portfolio includes screw-cap and snap-on containers, US Type containers (with induction seal) and closures with child-proof and senior-friendly features. The containers and closures are produced from HDPE, LDPE, PP and PET and serve as reliable primary packaging for many well-known medicines and cosmetic products. The plant is certified to the recognized ISO 9001, 14001, 15378 and 18001 standards and holds all major DMF certificates as well as the PR-MF from the Public Health Agency of Canada.
As part of the Gerresheimer Group, Plastic Packaging is committed to sustainable growth. In addition to sustainable production, the division is committed to the use of PET bottles made from up to 100% recycled plastic. With BioPack, Gerresheimer offers a renewable raw material to produce pharmaceutical packaging made from sugar cane.