Godrej Industries

Lifetime Achievement Award

odrej Industries Ltd. received the "Lifetime Achievement Award" for their outstanding track record in chemicals exports from CHEMEXCIL at their award presentation function on 14 December, 2004. The award was presented by Manohar Joshi, former Speaker of the Lok Sabha and former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, at the Hilton Towers, Mumbai.

Mathew Eipe receives the CHEMEXCIL Lifetime Achievement Award from Manohar Joshi.

In the past, Godrej Industries had received the first award for outstanding export performance, under the Cosmetics and Toiletries Panel, for the years 1998-1999, 1999-2000 and 2000-2001.

Accepting the "Lifetime Achievement Award" on behalf of Godrej Industries Ltd., Mathew Eipe, Executive Director and President (Chemicals), commented, "Godrej has played a vital role in the growth of the oleochemicals industry in India. This award is an appreciation of our role in developing exports of oleochemicals from India all over the world."

Say No to Ammonia

The Fashion Hair Colour range.

odrej Fashion Hair Colour (GFHC) was launched in December 2004 in the light of growing fashion-consciousness in India. Hair colour products hitherto were expensive with MRPs ranging from Rs. 80 to Rs. 400 and hence inaccessible to the vast majority of people. Addressing this need, GFHC was launched at an extremely attractive price of Rs. 15 per sachet in three attractive shades burgundy, auburn red and natural dark brown. Introduced after intensive research, it has no ammonia and is enriched with henna and hibiscus, offering a natural and safe hair-colouring experience.


Ready To Eat Sofit

he Foods Division extended the Sofit franchise by launching Sofit Ready to Eat (RTE) Cereal, powered with soya, on 5 January, 2005. Sofit lives up to its promise as the "New Taste of Health" by combining the goodness of wheat and soya. Available in three exciting flavours, viz. strawberry, chocolate and honey, Sofit RTE Cereal has been introduced to consumers at attractive prices. The 200 grams pack has been launched in Delhi and will eventually be introduced in other parts of northern India in a phased manner.

Courtesy: Gospel, January 2005