Arya Sasol Polymer Company (ASPC) received a plaque of honor at the 4th national competition on benchmarking, one of the five sections of the 9th national festival of productivity.
Organized by Iran Benchmarking Network, the 9th national festival of productivity was held at Tehran’s football academy hotel on February 5-6 concurrent with Tehran 2nd international conference on benchmarking.
Out of a total of 43 presented projects, 13 were finalized and accepted by the secretariat of the national festival of productivity. Finally, the action plan presented by ASPC along with a project presented by mining industries were introduced to receive plaques of honor in this edition of the competition.
ASPC participated in the national competition on benchmarking of the 9th national festival of productivity by presenting three projects, namely action plan, revising and reengineering of logistic processes, and health, safety, and environment management. At the end of the competition and after conducting special investigations, the action plan project managed to receive a plaque of honor.
According to the public relations department of Arya Sasol Polymer Company (ASPC), winners of the national competition on benchmarking will be introduced to participate in the international conference of benchmarking which will be held in December 2018. In this line, ASPC will represent the Islamic Republic of Iran and will be a special guest to the international benchmarking network conference which is scheduled to be held in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, on December 10-12, 2018.
The Tehran second international conference on benchmarking was held with the aim of introducing capacities and capabilities of foreign companies and introducing their successful experiences in different organizational fields. Representatives from the Netherlands and England attended the event.
Richard Cross, the former human resource department of Xerox, Tonnis van Dam, the representative of the Netherland to the Global Network of Benchmarking (GNB) who is also the managing director of Compare 2 Compete Company of the Netherlands, Vandana Shinde, the manager of medical and health services at Bharat Petroleum of India and Shri Raj Komar, the managing director of the company, and Ali Amjadi, the manager of the safety department at ASPC (under the theme of safety management system on a global standard level) from Iran were among those who delivered speeches during the second international conference on benchmarking.
The national productivity conference is held annually in June with the aim of helping to materialize objectives of development plans in the field of productivity and in line with the need to take advantage of mechanisms for realizing the goals of the 20-year outlook plan with the aim of promoting the culture of productivity management and helping to improve the competitiveness of economic enterprises as well as honoring managers of top Iranian companies. And the national statue of productivity is offered to the company which has gained top scores at all the five sections of the competition, namely the national productivity, the benchmarking, the successful experiences, the best work place, and the superior capability.