With a huge workforce UG prides itself of its diversified conglomerate character. It ranges from Retail, Mobile phones, Textiles, Dyeing, Real Estate and Engineering, Power & Energy, Tours and Travels and hospitality industry.
The philosophy of the group is to nurture and promote good ideas and growth; to provide satisfaction to customers; to innovate and go beyond accepted standards of doing business. At UG we thrive in an extreme competing environment where challenge and hard work is rewarded.
The strength of UG is in its core management principals. UG plans ahead with experienced foresightedness, strive to bring the planning into reality and in the process learn from its achievements and mistakes. It has grown gradually, excelling year by year.Our competitors are not only outsiders but also our performances of last year which we strive to outdo.
UG is not only a name in itself but also a role model for many to follow. Over the years, through our unified endeavor, we have been successful in becoming what we are. Our philosophy is simple and is well illustrated in our slogan—Delivering the Best. And to fulfill the idea of delivering the best we have policies and procedures in place so that we know what to do and how to perform to the best of our abilities. Our belief on ourselves has been strengthened by our experience, enviable business integrity, strong financial backbone, networks with global brands, country wide distribution channel and above all a will to excel in everything that we have stepped into. Ours is a company that has set its mark in a diverse business domain and this has been possible by a strong management setup and an excellent human resource base whose skills and motivations are the key ingredients to our success.
After years of deliberation and attempts from industry groups to block the ruling, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued its final rule in March aiming to protect workers from exposure to silica dust. For construction, the rule reduced the allowed exposure to silica from 250 micrograms per cubic meter over an eight-hour period to 50 micrograms.
Industry groups have been some of the rule's biggest opponents, as they claim that adhering to the agency’s requirements for lowering the exposure to silica on job sites could cost construction companies billions of dollars more than the government estimated.
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