Our Credentials

Fipago, the International Federation of Manufacturers of Gummed Paper, was established in 1957 to ensure the continual technological improvement of gummed paper tape, as well as standardization towards applications and dispensing machinery.


Member of FIPPI – Federation of Indian Plywood & Panel Industry, An Apex body for Indian Plywood, Panel & Allied Industry since 2013.

PEFC – Program for Endorsement of Forest Conservation
For compliance of PEFC ST 2002:2020 & PEFC ST 2001:2020
APIPL is PEFC certified and is responsible to procure paper from manufacturers who use legally sourced wood for manufacturing it

EcoVadis – Since its founding in 2007, EcoVadis has grown to become the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, creating a global network of more than 100,000+ rated companies. The EcoVadis sustainability assessment methodology is at the heart of our Ratings and Scorecards and is an evaluation of how well a company has integrated the principles of Sustainability/CSR into their business and management system.

Alvi Packaging Industries P. Ltd. is proud to be EcoVadis complaint since 2020.

To know more about it, visit : https://ecovadis.com/about-us/

Alvi Packaging Industries P. Ltd. is proud to be a member of FIEO – Federation of Indian Exporters Association.

About FIEO

  • Apex body of the Government recognised Export Promotion Councils, Commodity Boards and Export Development Authorities in India.
  • Set up in 1965 by Ministry of Commerce, Govt. of India to focus the efforts of all stakeholders engaged in promotion of trade from the country.
  • Provides the crucial interface between International Trading community of India with the Central and State Governments, Financial Institutions, Ports, Railways, Surface Transport and all engaged in Export Trade Facilitation.
  • Directly and indirectly serves the interests of over 200,000 exporters from every Industry and Services sector in the country.

We religiously adhere to the moto of “Make in India” rather “Make in India, for the world”