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Two teams from DBL Group win Gold at 47th ICQCC

DBL Group’s two teams – one from DBL Ceramics and another from Matin Spinning Mills PLC (a concern of the DBL Group) – won the International Sudomo Quality Award (ISQA) in the Gold category at the 47th Fair Competition of the International Convention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) in Jakarta, Indonesia.

DBL Group win Gold at 47th ICQCC
Figure: Team members of the DBL group with gold medals and achievement certificates.

This year Indonesia Quality Management Association (IQMA) organized ICQCC’s 47th Fair Competition based on the theme “Build Better through Quality Efforts” from November 15 to 18, 2022 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

A total of 5 countries with approximately 708 circles from which 260 circles was in person and 448 circles virtually presented their cases in ICQCC’s 47th Fair Competition.

Bangladesh Society for Total Quality Management (BSTQM) was one of the organizing partners this year. A total of 7 circles from Bangladesh participated in the competition including 2 circles from DBL Group: ‘Nucleus’ from DBL Ceramics and ‘SOBUJ Prithibi’ from Matin Spinning Mills PLC. Both teams from DBL group won gold medals in this competition. ISQA’s awards are in four categories: Prime Award Plaque (awarded to teams with the highest 10 score rank), Gold Medal (who scored 80 – 100), Silver Medal (who scored 60 – 79.99), and Bronze Medal (whose score below 60).

The proposal for the International Convention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) was made at the 1975 Korean Control Conference in Seoul. The concepts of innovation and quality are timeless tools for organizations seeking to achieve excellence. The chairman of the organizing committee of the conference suggested that for further development there is a need to create a platform where countries have the opportunity to periodically exchange ideas and experiences on QC Circle activities. For this reason, the Committee organized the first International Convention of Quality Control Circles in Seoul in 1976.

As the international convention progressed, the number of participating countries/territories increased. On top of that, there were many demands to change the host, in turn, every year. In this scenario, at ICQCC 1986 in Seoul, all participating countries/regions came to an agreement to organize the conference in geographically divided groups.

In recognition of this, a group of 14 regional economies has been hosting the ICQCC annually. The other 13 regional economies include; Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mauritius, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. Bangladesh Society for Total Quality Management (BSTQM) organized the 45th ICQCC in Dhaka, Bagladesh in December 2020.

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