Colorjet wins Indian Brand Excellence Award 2017

20 December 2017

Colorjet India was awarded the Indian Brand Excellence Award 2017 for being the largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printers in India contributing aggressively towards the Make in India initiative at the My Brand Better Indian Excellence Awards gala ceremony held on 3 December 2017 at Vivanta by Taj, Dwarka, New Delhi. The award was presented by Devi Prasad Tripathi, member of parliament and general secretary of the National Indian Congress.

hgh-res-copy Smarth Bansal (left), senior product manager, Colorjet receives the award from Devi Prasad Tripathi, member of parliament and general secretary of the National Indian Congress

Other award winners included exceptional entrepreneurs, professionals, business organisations, education, hospitality and healthcare service providers and technology companies that are continuously striving for excellence in delivering quality products and services to their customers.

The awards were based on comprehensive market research study and opinion surveys conducted over the period of last several months and aimed at recognising the efforts and achievements of the winners, which included several prominent names like Colorjet India, Parks Hospital, Dr Kochar's House of Smile, Ferty9 Hospitals and Research, City Dental Centre, Toyota, World IVF Centre, etc.

Smarth Bansal, senior product manager, Colorjet, said, “Excellence is never an accident, it is the result of high intention, sincere efforts, intelligent direction, skilful execution and the vision to see obstacles as opportunities. That’s what Colorjet feels and commits.”

Adding that the company is proud and honoured on winning the award, Bansal said, “Winning the Brand Excellence Award increases our responsibility towards our current and future customers, as we will need to continue to offer the same gold standard to our customers by doing constant improvement into our technology and giving best after sales service, for which Colorjet is recognised in India and the world.”

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