Al Ain Dairy wins Esma quality mark
Al Ain, July 1, 2012
Al Ain Dairy, one of the largest dairy producers in the UAE and a leading regional brand, said it has received the quality mark award from the Emirates Authority for Standardization Metrology (ESMA).
The coveted Emirates Quality Mark Award was created by Esma as a benchmark to set the highest possible performance standards that would not only elevate the standards of local companies but more importantly give consumers confidence and peace of mind, said a statement from Al Ain Dairy.
The mark is issued only to companies producing commodities that comply with a stringent set of approved mandatory standards which makes them 100 per cent healthy and safe for consumption.
With this award, Al Ain Dairy will continue to position itself alongside the UAE’s top companies in all categories meeting the highest operational standards in the dairy industry.
Al Ain Dairy maintains its position of excellence as a company operating to the highest level of both national and international standards and this year’s re-certification further validates the company as top producer in the region.
Commenting on the achievement, COO Shashi Menon said, "The Emirates Quality Mark has become the benchmark with which we determine excellence in everything that we do at Al Ain Dairy."
"Maintaining the highest possible set of standards in production all in line with best practices as well as the best that technology has to offer has become the “norm,” he remarked.
With its renewed Emirates Quality Mark accolade comes a powerful endorsement of the Al Ain Dairy brand and it significant role as a major FMCG player in the region.
This official recognition symbolizes clear evidence of Al Ain Dairy’s success in quality and is just the beginning for the company which has ambitious expansion plans in what promises to be a very interesting year.
“We look forward to making further exciting announcements this year as we embark on ambitious expansion of our facilities and continue our plan to introduce a range of new and innovative products that we are confident our customers will enjoy,” Menon added.-TradeArabia News Service
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