Handicrafts World  Noida
Handicrafts World Noida
Subhash Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi
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Basic Information
IndiaMART TrustSeal
Nature of Business
Manufacturer
Additional Business
  • Buyer-Company
  • Service Provider
  • Supplier
  • Trader
  • Retailer
  • Buyer-Individual
  • Non Profit Organization
  • Association
  • Wholesaler
  • Buying House
  • Importer
  • Distributor
  • Exporter
Company CEO
Vinay SA Kumar
Registered Address
New Friends Colony 1, New Delhi- 110023, Delhi, India
Total Number of Employees
More than 5000 People
Year of Establishment
2000
Standards & Quality Certifications
ISO 90001 SBI 203 ICIC 002
Legal Status of Firm
Proprietorship Firm

Abhishek Kumar
Annual Turnover
More than Rs. 10000 Crore
D&B D-U-N-S Number
435465222
Trade & Market
Export Percentage
80-90%
Infrastructure
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Team and Staff
No. of Research / QC Staff
86 - 100 People
No. of Engineers and Technicians
46 - 65 People
No. of Skilled Staff
86 - 100 People
No. of Semi-skilled Staff
66 - 85 People
No. of Consultants
Above 100 People
Company USP
Provide after Sales Support
Installation Training
Sampling Policy
Free
Primary Competitive Advantage
  • Large Production Capacity
  • Good Financial Position & TQM
  • Provide Customized Solutions
  • Experienced R & D Department
Contract Manufacturing
Design Service Offered
Quality Measures / Testing Facilities
Yes
Statutory Profile
DGFT / IE Code
ASDASD2459
Tan No.
ASDF2*****
Banker
  • Kalyan Janta Sehkari Bank
  • TEST4
GST No.
08AAACT7136R1ZP
Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
Customized Packaging
No
Estimated Time of Delivery
10 to 15 Days
Payment Terms
  • L/C
  • Western Union
  • D/A
Payment Mode
  • Cash
  • LC
  • Escrow
  • Credit Card
  • Pay Order
  • Bank Transfer
Shipment Mode
  • By Air
  • By Sea

Business Objectives

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Aim / Vision / Mission

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Reach Us
Gopal Pawar (Software Engineer)
New Friends Colony Near Kalka Mandir Preet Vihar
Subhash Nagar, New Delhi- 110023, Delhi, India





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