S.S. Dhanorkar, MD, Finolex Industries Ltd (centre) at WCRC Leaders Asia Summit 2014

Finolex Pipes, India’s largest PVC pipes and second largest PVC resin manufacturer, has been chosen as one of Asia’s 100 Best & Fastest Growing Marketing Brands. S.S. Dhanorkar, Managing Director, Finolex Industries Ltd, received the honour in a felicitation ceremony held in Delhi recently.

“Finolex Pipes understands the value of what water can do in the urban and rural context. A pipeline which brings water to a farmer’s field is his lifeline. If this pipeline breaks down, then the farmer stands to lose not only his crop, but his entire livelihood. This is why we have laid a very high emphasis on our product quality. We consider it our primary responsibility to ensure that the pipeline not only brings life into his crop but also brings him prosperity,” Dhanorkar said.

Prakash P. Chhabria, Executive Chairman, Finolex Industries Ltd, stated, “While carrying water from the source to the destination, Finolex Pipes has been helping millions across the country create wealth. Today, with water being a limited resource the company’s vision is to help every consumer find a more effective way of managing water by creating products across all touch points to manage water better. The company is now metamorphosing into a new philosophy of entering into the business of managing water.”

WCRC Leaders – Asia edition had conducted a research survey, reaching out to various Asian manufacturing brands, operating out of Bahrain, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Thailand, UAE and Vietnam. Based on the survey, a list of Asian companies was identified. The top 100 list consists of brands from South Asia, GCC and Southeast Asia.

Finolex Industries Ltd is India’s largest rigid PVC-U pipes and fittings manufacturer and the second largest PVC resin manufacturer. FIL is headquartered in Pune, Maharashtra, and operates through its state-of-the-art manufacturing plants located in Urse (Pune) and Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, and Masar (Gujarat).

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