Avery Dennison India celebrates 20 yrs of
By VJ Media Bureau | April 19, 2017
Since the inception of its first plant operation in Gurgaon (1997), Avery Dennison India has been spearheading and leading the way in transforming the"œthen"label industry to what it is today.
Avery Dennison India, A US based Labels and Graphic Material manufacturer, recently announced the completion of two decades of its business in the country.. On 22nd March, Avery Dennison India celebrated it’s 20th year of business in India. Since the inception of its first plant operation in Gurgaon (1997), Avery Dennison has been spearheading and leading the way in transforming the “then” label industry to what it is today. Pankaj Bhardwaj, Sr. Director & General Manager for Label & Graphic Materials in South Asia, Avery Dennison, said, “We are thankful to our customers, supply partners and all the ecosystem stakeholders for extending their support in making us the most preferred label and graphic materials manufacturers in the region. We have strong conviction in long term potential of the industry and hence have always invested ahead of time. We remain committed to expand the market, develop fit for market solutions and render excellence in servicing, in years to come.’
Avery Dennison has been instrumental in adding value to the industry through imparting knowledge and nurturing skills of industry talent through their Knowledge Centre based in Bengaluru. At the same time, it also addressed the changing needs of the industry over the years through developing innovative solutions at their research facility located in Pune.
With the advent of its operations in Indian Label Industry, Avery Dennison accelerated the evolution of overall industry standards by upscaling talent through divergent thinking. Avery Dennison India is committed towards making the industry much more progressive going forward in future too. To make this vision a reality, it also partners with its customers in order to make their processes more efficient and minimise their wastage and other such issues.