Greenply Fact File
Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), the world’s leading provider of global business information, knowledge and insight, presented the ‘Dun & Bradstreet Corporate Awards 2015’ to Greenply Industries Limited in the Wood & Wood products sector.
The Brand Trust Report Award to Greenply Industries Ltd. for the most trusted Plywood Brand. Greenply Industries Ltd. was honored with the Dun & Bradstreet Manappuram Finance Limited Corporate Award in the Plywood Sector.
Created a lasting impression with Greenply Always Hoyenga, India's largest graffiti wall (960 x 5.25ft) that figured in the Limca Book of Records National record.
Recognized as the leading Indian Company in the Plywood sector at the Dun & Bradstreet Corporate Awards 2012.
Introduced value added products
Chosen as 'Power brand' by Indian consumers.
Ranked 1st for the largest Plywood company, by construction world. Amalgamation of Galaxy Decor Private Limited and Platinum Veneers Private Limited with our Company
Green Defender (Fire Retardant Plywood) certified by the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI). The company commenced the export of plywood.
cquisition of Galaxy Decor Private Limited and Platinum Veneers Private Limited as wholly owned subsidiaries which owned the plywood manufacturing facility at Bamanbore, Gujarat.
Established a manufacturing unit in Pantnagar, Uttarakhand for plywood and particle boards.
Amalgamation of Worthy Plywoods Limited with our Company pursuant to which the plywood manufacturing unit at Kriparampur, West Bengal was transferred to our Company.
The equity shares of our Company were listed pursuant to an offer for sale.
Amalgamation of the erstwhile Greenply Industries Limited with Mittal Laminates with effect from April 1, 1994 pursuant to which the plywood manufacturing unit at Tizit, Nagaland was transferred to our Company. Pursuant to the amalgamation, the name of our Company was changed to "Greenply Industries Limited".
Mr. Shiv Prakash Mittal and Mr. Rajesh Mittal ventured into the industry by setting up a saw-mill in 1984 and a plant at Nagaland for the manufacture of plywood in 1988.