HELPING TO FIGHT
Our commitment to uninterrupted supply of high quality APIs, safety of our employees &
support to our communities at large!
RESPONDING TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Commitment towards our Stake holders
As a leading API manufacturer, Divi’s manufactures APIs that reaches millions of people worldwide through our customers. We want to assure all of our stake holders’ that we are committed to being proactive and responsive as the global COVID-19 situation evolves.
INITIATIVES TAKEN BY DIVI’S
Sanitizing communities around our manufacturing units, safeguarding the health of ~500,000 people!
14 May 2020 | Sanitization
Divi’s undertook multiple measures with an intention to promote the health and well-being of the immediate communities around our manufacturing units. Employees at all levels have been very supportive and has played their part in the fight against the Corona virus , from big to small.
Divi’s started by spraying bleaching solution and provided bleaching powder to the local authorities around the villages near our manufacturing units. Divi’s has also sanitized communities using Sodium hypochlorite in the villages around its manufacturing units.
- ~530,000 People
Support provided in the state of Andhra Pradesh:
- Distribution of bleaching powder to 21 Grama Panchayats in Bhimili Mandal covering villages with a population of ~110,000 people.
- Sanitizing villages with Bleaching Solution in 8 Grama Panchayats with a population of ~28,000 people.
- Sanitizing villages with Sodium hypo chlorate in 8 Grama Panchayats with a population of ~28,000 people.
- Financial Support to Greater Visakha Municipal Corporation for sanitizing in GVMC limits using Sodium hypo Chlorate with a population of ~200,000 people.
Support provided in the state of Telangana:
- Distribution of bleaching powder to villages in 36 Grama Panchayats in Choutuppal, Valigonda, Narayanpur and Chityal mandals with a population of ~70,000 people.
- Sanitizing villages with Sodium hypo Chlorate in 40 Grama Panchayats with a population of ~100,000 people.