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Jul 19, 2012 | Business Americas

Indo-American Chamber of Commerce honours Baxter

by Surgical Tribune

GURGAON, India: Baxter India, a subsidiary of global health-care provider Baxter International, has been recognised as the best US company operating in India by the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce. The award was presented at the eighth Indo-American Corporate Excellence Awards ceremony in Mumbai.

The company was selected for the award based on its human capital management, corporate social responsibility and overall contribution to Indo-American business. An independent panel of distinguished business leaders from Indian- and US-based companies and the consular corps from the US Consulate evaluated the various participating companies. The ceremony was attended by over 300 guests, including representatives and members of the Indo-American business community, government and business leaders, and industrialists.

Upon accepting the award, Anish Bafna, General Manager of Baxter India, said, “This award is recognition of Baxter’s commitment to creating lasting social, environmental and economic value for our stakeholders in India’s health-care community. Baxter employees in India are motivated by a sense of responsibility and desire to make a difference. On behalf of the 1,100 employees, we thank the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce for this honour and recognition of our contributions to India’s health-care needs for the past 15 years.”

As a global, diversified health-care company, Baxter develops, manufactures and markets products for people with haemophilia, immune disorders, infectious diseases, kidney disease, trauma, and other chronic and acute medical conditions.

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