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1 Award Winner and 9 Prize Winners in the EFQM Business Excellence Awards
Date:10/25/2011

MUNICH, October 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

Bilim Pharmaceuticals wins the EFQM Excellence Awards 2011, the first pharmaceutical company ever to win the Award. Presented annually by EFQM, the award recognizes business performance measured against Europe's most widely used management framework: the EFQM Excellence Model. Another 9 organisations received Prizes for role model behaviour in one of the 8 Fundamental Concepts of Excellence.

118 independent assessors visited 20 organisations earlier this year, spending a total of 10 000 man hours analyzing results and interviewing people. The Finalists, Prize and Award winners celebrated their victories last night at BMW Welt, in the precense of  Martin Zeil, Bavarian Minister for Economic Affairs and Deputy Bavarian Prime Minister.

EFQM's CEO, Mr. Pierre Cachet comments: "We have not seen such a high number of Prize and Award winners since 2005 ! Also, this year we have recognised the first organisation, based on a global scale assessment; Bosch Chassis Systems,who received a Prize for Leadership. All of this proves that Business Excellence is a vital strategy for European organisations and remains at the top of the business agenda."

From 30 000 organisations implementing the EFQM Excellence Model worldwide, these are this year's Winners:

Company Country Prize Bilim Pharmaceuticals Turkey Award Winner Bosch Chassis Systems Control Global Prize winner Robert Bosch Bamberg Plant Germany Prize Winner RED Spain Prize Winner Ricoh Deutschland Germany Prize Winner Liverpool John Moores University UK Prize Winner Coplaning Luxembourg Prize Winner Grundfos Pumpenfabrik Germany Prize Winner Siemens Healthcare UK Prize Winner Hôpital Kirchberg Luxembourg Prize winner

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Photos of the Award ceremony are available here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/efqm_foundation
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