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“The acquisition of wealth was only a secondary object in life; it was always subordinate to the constant desire in our Founder and Managing Director heart to improve the industrial and intellectual condition of the people of this country and the various enterprises which he from time to time undertook in his lifetime had for their principal object the advancement of India in these important respects."

Founded by Kondaiah Chowdary in 2007, the Creative Print and Pack (CPP) is a global enterprise, headquartered in Hyderabad. The CPP group exports in more than 7 countries across Asia, North America, Africa, and Europe continents*, with a mission Build brand world, through concept oriented packaging solution and long-term stakeholder value creation based on Leadership with Trust’.

Creative Print and Pack is the principal investment holding company and promoter of Kondaiah Chowdary. Ten percent of the equity share capital of CPP is held by philanthropic trusts, which support education, health, livelihood generation and art and culture.

In 2019-20, the revenue of CPP, taken together, was INR 11.03 crores. The company collectively employs over 350 people.

CPP operates independently under the guidance and supervision of its own board of directors.

CPP looking for serious and passionate investors for expands the business though out the globe. And targeted by 2025 expand the market across Asia and North and South America.


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    CURRENT TRENDS IN THE MARKET TO MAKE AN ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITY

     Packaging is among the high growth industries in India and developing @ 22-25% per annum and becoming a preferred hub for packaging industry. Currently the 5th largest sector of India's economy, the industry has reported steady growth over past several years and shows high potential for much expansion, particularly in the export market. Costs of processing and packaging food can be up to 40% lower than parts of Europe which, combined with India's resources of skilled labor, make it an attractive venue for investment. A high degree of potential exists for almost all user segments which are expanding appreciably-processed foods, hard and soft drinks, fruit and marine products.