Mayur Uniquoters Q3 net up 18.5 per cent to Rs 10.25 cr
New Delhi, Feb 12 (PTI) Leading synthetic leather manufacturer Mayur Uniquoters today said its net profit grew 18.5 per cent to Rs 10.25 crore during the third quarter ended December 2012.
The company had posted a net profit of Rs 8.65 crore in the October-December quarter of 2011-12 fiscal.
***** Uninor rejigs exec positions, appoints new Chief Mktg Officer *
Uninor today announced appointment of its UP East circle business head Rajeev Sethi as Chief Marketing Officer of the company.
"We are impressed with the results we have seen from the UP East circle and I''m sure Rajeev will bring many of these winning strategies to the benefit of Uninor''s marketing operations," Uninor''s Managing Director Sigve Brekke said in a statement.
***** Pingar enters into strategic partnership with Wipro *
Pingar, a New Zealand-based provider of data management solutions, today announced the signing of a strategic partnership agreement with Wipro Technologies, the global information technology, consulting and outsourcing business of Wipro Limited.
The agreement will provide Wipro Technologies and its global enterprise clients an increased ability to manage data to gain efficiency and improve the quality of business processes, collaboration and content management programmes, Pingar said.
***** Container Freight Station centre opened near ICTT *
Aiming to tap the robust trade opportunity at the International Container Transhipment Terminal (ICTT) at nearby Vallarpadam, Gateway Distriparks (Kerala) Ltd (GDKL), today commenced full scale Container Freight Station (CFS) operations here.
The CFS, located in a 6.5 acre area opposite ICTT, has warehousing facilities of about 10,000 square feet and storage facilities for handling around 4000 TEUs per month.
A separate area for customs authorities to inspect cargo on wheels would also be provided, Paul Antony, former shipping secretary and chairman of GDKL told reporters here. (MORE) PTI STS
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