Iberdrola México wins the Asia-Pacific Quality Award for its business management

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Mexico, Jan 13 (EFE) .- Iberdrola Mexico won the Global Performance Excellence Award (GPEA) 2020 awarded by the Asia-Pacific Organization for Excellence, for its “business management,” the energy company reported on Wednesday.

“Iberdrola Mexico was recognized by the Asia-Pacific Organization for Excellence (APQO) with the Global Performance Excellence Award (GPEA) 2020 for its outstanding business management and for being a role model for other organizations, “the company said in a newsletter.

The APQO invites companies that have previously achieved national and regional recognition to participate, such as Iberdrola México, which obtained the National Quality Award in 2018 and the Ibero-American Quality Award in 2019.

“At Iberdrola México, we encourage innovation and continuous improvement in all of our processes and we seek excellence in all of our activities. That is why we are proud that the effort of our team is recognized and this recognition prompts us to continue improving and redoubling our commitment to efficiency, ”said the company’s CEO, Enrique Alba.

According to the statement, the GPEA is the only formal international recognition of business performance or excellence.

The program is administered by the APQO, which is a non-profit organization that serves as an umbrella group that brings together all the leading quality professional societies in the Asia Pacific region.

Iberdrola México is one of the five organizations in the Asia Pacific region and the only Ibero-American company that obtained the Award for Excellence in Global Performance, in the “World Class” category, which will be delivered this year in Perth, Australia.

With 21 years of presence in the country, Iberdrola México has a workforce of 1,300 employees, 99% of them Mexican.

Currently, it has an installed capacity of more than 10,400 megawatts (MW) distributed in 25 plants – combined cycles, cogenerations, wind and photovoltaic parks – located in 13 states, of which the majority supply energy to private customers.

Since coming to power in December 2018, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, promised to strengthen the state Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) and maintains an open dispute with the country’s private energy companies, particularly with foreign ones .

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