PRLog - Oct. 16, 2012 - MUMBAI, India -- Transasia Bio-Medicals Ltd, India's largest IVD company, was conferred with the coveted 'Niryat Shree' Gold trophy by the Hon'ble President of India at a glittering ceremony held at New Delhi's historical Vigyan Bhavan on October 5, 2012. Shri. Suresh Vazirani, Founder Chairman and Managing Director, accepted the award on behalf of Transasia Bio-Medicals Ltd.
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Instituted in the year 1996 by the Federation of Indian Export Organizations, the 'Niryat Shree" awards are annually given to entrepreneurs who excel in the field of exports. Speaking on the occasion, the Hon'ble President of India, Shri. Pranab Mukherjee said “Exports have a very important role to play in the economic growth of our country. I am sure that these awards would inspire other entrepreneurs in this important sector of the economy to contribute even more vigorously to the economic development of the country."
On receiving the award, Shri. Suresh Vazirani commented “I am delighted to receive this award. This recognition is an acknowledgement of our continuous efforts to position Transasia as a global IVD company. This award is a true tribute to over 1300 dedicated Transasians, who everyday help thousands of doctors serve millions of patients in India and in 90 countries on five continents."
Coincidentally, this event took place during the same week in which Transasia announced two new strategic overseas acquisitions, Maxmat in France and Drew Scientific in USA.
Along with these acquisitions, in last three years, Transasia has acquired nine overseas companies in USA, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Czech Republic and Turkey. Transasia develops, manufactures and markets world-class analyzers and reagents used for diagnosis of over 100 diseases and has the largest installation base of over 30,000 installations in India.
With its team of strategic management, experienced marketing and sales professionals and an extensive distribution and service network spread worldwide, its products are sold in India and 90 countries across the globe.