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NSH honors employees during emotional day
January 15, 2017, 4:34 pm

The benevolent presence of Padmashri Dr. Ravi Pillai added more joy to the celebrations in Nasser S. Al Hajri (NSH) that filled the day with different emotions. Dr. Pillai’s speech, was a memorable treasure and won thunderous applause from the several employees in the large audience. The NSH Vice President Sabu, in his inspiring speech, appreciated these long serving employees - P.V. Santhosh Kumar, Henry Rajan, Padma Kumar and T.H. Abdul Rahiman - highlighted their achievements and pointed out that they are the finest example of teamwork in the organization.

The oil & gas business conglomerate that accommodates more than 90,000 employees around the globe, most of them being Indians, presently has projects worth US$4 billion. NSH is renowned for its technical expertise, innovative edge, commitment to safety and quality and excellence across all aspects of its multifaceted operations including Building & Infrastructure works, Refineries, Petrochemicals, Fertilizers, LNG Terminals, Steel, Mining, Power, Pipeline projects. To its credit, NSH has the best “best”. Recipient of the Safe Contractor in the World, in the Ras Gas job in Qatar by the world renowned Oil & Gas giant Exxon Mobile.

The recipients of the long service awards recalled their memories and expressed their gratitude for NSH playing the Good Samaritan role for its employees. It has to be noted that recently NSH was honoured with the Best Employee Welfare Award, received from the CEO of Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC).

General Manager Harikumar and Project Managers Abdul Rahiman and Dileep Kumar Raroth shared their opinions. Santhosh Babu, V.G. Nair, Manoj Kumar, Ratha Krishna Pillai, Prakash, Harish and KR Mohan were among those present.

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