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Growth Opportunities in India

28 March 2002

With composites per capita consumption hovering around 0.015 kgs in India significantly lower than North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, India offers a tremendous growth potential for Glass reinforced composites.

Owens Corning India Limited (OCIL) is a joint venture between Owens Corning (OC) USA a fortune 500 company, a global leaders in glass reinforced composites, with Mahindra and Mahindra a leading Indian business group in the Automotive sector and American International Group (AIG). As a part of their sales, marketing and business development initiatives the OCIL team is supporting global composites value chain players (fabricators, resin manufacturers, specifiers, end users, consultants, service providers etc.) interested in growing their businesses in India. Those who are interested can contact Deepak Nimbalkar





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