Autonomous Body under Ministry of Commerce, Government of India
Date of Establishment: 14th May, 1966
Member Since 1967 (APF Founding Member)

Head Office Address:

E-2, MIDC Area, Post Box No. 9432
Andheri (East), Mumbai 400093, INDIA
Tel.: +91-22-2821 9803 / 6751 / 9469
28254631/ 28329623 / 28391506

Contact Person:

Ms. Meeta Rajivlochan, IAS, Director – Indian Institute of Packaging (IIP)
Indian Institute of Packaging, Plot E2, MIDC Area, Andheri East, Road No.8, Post Box No. 9432, Mumbai 400093, Maharashtra, India
Tel : 91-22-28209622, 28390342,
Land Line : 91-022-28219803 / 28216751 / 28219469 / 28391506 / 28329623 / 28254631 / 28209625 / 28328178
Fax : 91-22-28375302
Email :

The Indian Institute of Packaging is a national enterprise set up in May 1966 by the Indian Packaging and allied industry and the Government of India, Ministry of Commerce. The Institute’s endeavor is to improve the standards of packaging needed for the promotion of exports and help create infrastructural facilities for overall packaging improvement in India through Research and Development, problem solving consultancy and testing, training and education, industrial co-ordination, information dissemination and other promotional efforts.


Research & Development

Training & Education

Laboratory Testing

Exhibitions & Awards

Mission & Vision:

To make Indian Institute of Packaging a World Class Centre of Excellence with Sustained Commitment from the Stake Holders. To develop Close International Relationship with Worldwide Packaging Fraternity. To make India a Focal Point for Contemporary Developments in Art, Science, Technology and Engineering in the Field of Packaging

Quality Policy:

The Quality Policy of Indian Institute of Packaging is to provide assured tests and measurements at all times conforming to the specifications laid
down in National, International or customer specified standards. We believe in and strive for the involvement of every member of the Institute in evolving and implementing an effective and efficient Quality Assurance Programme as laid down in ISO/IEC 17025:1999. We shall endeavour meticulous implementation and compliance with the Quality Manual and build an attitude essential for a prevention oriented work culture.