Vishakha Polyfab under the green exhibitors umbrella

Vishakha Polyfab at Pack Expo, Chicago Hall E Stand 7908


Among several Indian companies exhibiting at Pack Expo this year in Chicago, Gujarat-based Vishakha Polyfab Pvt. Ltd. is enlisted in the Green exhibitors list for the show.

Vishakha Polyfab Pvt. Ltd. is a trusted name in the flexible packaging industry and is among India’s largest high barrier 9, 7, 5 & 3 multi-layer flexible packaging film manufacturers. The company is also a technologically advanced manufacturer of Nylon/EVOH-based barrier films and pouches, with an annual capacity of 15,000 metric tons. An ISO 22000:2005, 9001:2008 certified company, Vishakha Polyfab won the ISO 14001: 2004 accreditation for its environmentally safe methods of manufacturing, and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 certification for best practices in occupational health and safety management system.

Jigish N Doshi, chairman and managing director of Vishakha Group, ranks among the 50 most influential rural marketing professionals of India. According to latest reports, Vishakha Polyfab is all set to provide plastic films comprising a novel formulation of polyethylene (PE) resins to the fastest growing Indian food FMGC company, Adani Wilmar, to create a new sustainable, all PE laminate solution.

With the motto ‘Sustainability is the Future’, the company has invested in research and development activities for solutions that will help assess the environmental impact of packaging, achieve waste-reduction goals, innovate new packaging value chains and ensure that sustainable packaging meets transportation, retailer and customer needs. In this regard, Vishakha has launched REGAIN, India’s first breakthrough innovative technology that will result in increased use of recycled plastic material, reclaiming plastic’s life and provide an incentive for recovery of post-consumption plastic waste to eventually regain life.

For a complete list of Indian exhibitors participating in Pack Expo and previews and reviews related to the show, please log on to Our editor Naresh Khanna will be there in Chicago to cover the show ( and +91-9811172224).

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