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Chemicals Business of Uflex Certified with ISO 45001:2018

Noida, April 11, 2019: Upon completion of an extensive Occupational Health and Safety Evaluation, Chemicals Business of Uflex Limited a leading supplier of Inks, Adhesives and Speciality Coatings, successfully migrates to ISO 45001:2018. ISO 45001 is structurally an integration of other ISO Management Systems standards including ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 attained by the business earlier.

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Chemicals Business of Uflex was already in certified with BS OHSAS 18001:2007 certification and has now migrated to ISO 45001:2018. This certification further illustrates the commitment of Chemicals Business to continual growth, improving the health and safety of its employees, reducing occupational hazards and ensuring the best Quality Work Life.

Holography Business at Uflex has grown to a multi-national division with a turnover of 74 million USD – reports Labels & Labelling | February 2019 Print edition

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The ET Polymers Awards 2019: Uflex Honoured with ‘Excellence in Packaging Beverages’ – reports The ET Polymers | Feb-Mar 2019 Print edition

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Recycling Plastic for a Healtheir Tomorrow : Uflex Pyrolysis “plastic to fuel” – reports Packaging South Asia | February 2019 Print edition

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Multi-Layer Plastic is the Ideal Solution to Save Our Environment: Uflex CMD Ashok Chaturvedi @ IndiaPlast 2019

February 28, 2019, Noida (India): IndiaPlast, the biggest plastics show in India was inaugurated today by Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant in the presence of Arun Kumar Panda, Secretary from Ministry of MSME, Mahendra N Patel, Chairman, PMMAI and Uflex CMD Ashok Kumar Chaturvedi. The 5 day exhibition being held at IndiaExpo Centre in Greater Noida will conclude on March 04, 2019.

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Addressing the media at the inaugural ceremony, Ashok Chaturvedi, CMD of Uflex Ltd. emphasized on the importance of plastics and it’s recycling in India. He said that the only alternative available as of now for plastic is wood. However, with the kind of requirement that exists, wood will not be a viable solution as all trees will have to be cut resulting shaving the green off our planet.