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HNG Float Glass calls for a creative pitch; ac size Rs 20 cr

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HNG Float Glass calls for a creative pitch; ac size Rs 20 cr

Hindustan National Glass & Industries Ltd (HNGIL), manufacturer of different kinds of glass bottles and vials, is on the lookout for a creative partner. The company has invited nine agencies to present their ideas for HNGIL’s latest project ‘HNG Float Glass Limited’. The estimated account size of the business is in the range of Rs 20 crore.

Sources close to the development informed exchange4media that HNGIL plans to launch an integrated Float Glass project in the state of Gujarat. The brief given to the agencies is on the basis of the corporate branding of the group, which is to create a communication plan for this project.

HNGIL offers premium glass containers for every kind of application. It produces containers for multifarious industries like pharmaceuticals, beverages, processed foods, cosmetics, liquors etc. The HNGIL clientele includes companies such as Pepsi Co., Coca-Cola, Cadbury’s, Nestle, Raun Pollack, Dabur, Bayer, Lakme, Glaxo, Pfizer, Reckitt & Coleman, Shaw Wallace and UB group.

The other companies under the HNGIL wing are Glass Equipment (India) Ltd. (GEIL), Ceramic Decorators Ltd. (CDL), Somany Foam Limited (SFL) and Quality Minerals Ltd. (QML). Apart from this, there are also are various investment companies, partnership firms and charitable trusts that are also a part of the HNG Group.


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