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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • VARAHI LIMITED's estimated annual revenue is currently $26.2M per year.(?)
  • VARAHI LIMITED's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • VARAHI LIMITED has 97 Employees.(?)
  • VARAHI LIMITED grew their employee count by 13% last year.
  • VARAHI LIMITED currently has 1 job openings.

We at Varahi Limited are pleased to introduce ourselves as the manufacturers and bottlers of India's most premium Natural Mineral Water Brands Qua (Narang Group), Ula, ICE, Soul (Café Coffee Day), Dive (PVR), Aeronar (Aryen Beverages), LBF (Lite bite Foods) and Prakritik (Vi-John). Produced exclusively by our Group company- Mahodar Beverages, our quality standards not only meet but also exceed the International standards for Potable Water. Our quality standards are at par with France and our facility has been audited by DANONE and NSF, besides complying with HACCP Warranty, Food Safety Management Systems, and BIS. Chairman's message Environmental benefits coupled with flexibility and innovation is fueling the demand for plastic packaging solutions in various industries. Plastic will continue to outperform all other materials in the packaging industry as it gives manufacturers more flexibility at a reduced cost to add value to their product. A greater emphasis on the environmental impact of packaging has led to various initiatives by the industry to reduce the Carbon Footprint and help its Environmentally Friendly credentials by complying with the obligations placed upon it. Thus, a trend towards lighter packaging has been observed throughout the plastic packaging industry. Levels of innovation within the market remain high, with many forms of plastic packaging becoming increasingly versatile, very sophisticated and lightweight. In a few years, plastics has become the fastest growing sector of the packaging industry due to technological developments, such as advances in material properties, its flexibility and relatively low cost. The result has led to the creation of new applications for a host of packaging innovations across a range of industries. Looking towards the future, innovative trends will affect the packaging industry and the emergence of products with strong environmental credentials is forecast to continue.