Mission, Vision, Motto and Inspiration

Mission:Universal Weal through Trade & Industry

Vision:Global Competence & Global Competitiveness in every line of Business by Synergizing Western Work Culture & Indian Ethos.

Explanation of Motto:
Excellence in Economy is:
•Economic, when founded on Work Ethics
•Sustainable, when nourished by Moral Ethics.

"Arise, Awake and Stop Not till the Goal is Reached" - Swami Vivekananda

Corporate Profile

Merino is a versatile manufacturer and marketer of Interiors Solutions with a wide array of products for homes, offices, commercial and public areas. Decades of strong market presence have created a high brand recall among various customer segments. Tapping the synergy of our products and services, we achieve a competitive advantage through technology innovation and by delivering greater customer satisfaction.

In Interior Solutions, plywood was our first product in 1974 and it launched our reputation for product quality and company service. Merino then established its manufacturing unit for high pressure decorative laminates at Hapur near New Delhi. A second unit at Rohad was commissioned, as our rapid growth evolved us into India's largest manufacturer and exporter of laminates.

Our specialty is to continuously release new products which are aligned to international trends and market demand. Over the years, our innovations have been continuously well received by Architects and Interior Designers. Our quality products have been complementing the creativity of these professionals.

Our endeavor is to maximize the product value (Excellence), maintain affordability (Economy) and deal fairly and transparently in all our relationships (Ethics).

In the Agro Business, the Merino Group began in the cold storage business and subsequently diversified into farming, biotechnology and food processing. Our integrated approach enables us to offer customers the complete range - from raw material to finished product. Our integration in both directions - forward and backward - has shaped our brand initiative in the FMCG market where we have launched potato flakes and ready to eat snack mixes under the brand name 'Vegit'.

In Information Technology Services, Merino Services Limited is a Business Consulting and IT Services organization providing value-added services as a Partner-in-Progress with our esteemed customers and business associates. We specialize in design/implementation of various business solutions for our customers.

Certificates and Accreditation

We encourage adherence to safety standards, promote ease of application, strive to reduce installation time, and help our customers to maintain their interiors better with usage information.

At Merino, quality is a tradition that is followed meticulously and in its entirety. Our commitment to the highest standards in manufacturing process has won certifications including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 18001, for all facilities.

Merino has integrated all the stages of its operation through ERP, ensuring transparency and on-time information to customers and service providers.

A dedicated and focused Research and Development team works unremittingly towards continuous innovation and improvement, resulting in an array of superior quality products. Moreover, experts from around the world are invited to strengthen our knowledge base.


Ecological sustainability only can ensure sustainable Economic Excellence. Ecological Conservationism is therefore an essential part of our Ethical commitment, which finds expressions through the following practices:

1 We are meeting major part of our Electrical, and Heat Energy requirement with Agro waste fired Boilers, and Steam Turbines.
2 We utilize the Ash, which is of Organic origin, partly for making Ash Bricks, and partly as Organic Fertilizer mixing it with Slurry from our Bio Reactors producing Bio gas from waste of Food Processing Plant.
3 We also produce more than 500 M. Tons of Vermi-compost using the waste from the Potato Processing Plant.
4 We burn all the combustible waste in the Incinerator, and utilize the Heat to Dry Agro Waste used as Fuel.
5 We encourage Plantation and development of "Green Belts" inside our premises as well as in the neighborhood.

Social Responsibility

When we refer to corporate social responsibility (CSR) at Merino, we are describing a mindset that instills socially responsible thinking coupled with formulating a strategy to use our skills and resources thereby creating a positive change in the livelihood of the underprivileged. Our willingness and commitment towards CSR was conceived much prior to the time it was made a part of statutory enactment for imparting a part of our business profits towards larger good.

Recently in July' 2016, Government of India, Ministry of Finance under section 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961 has approved:

1) Education Relief Program, under which, Mid-Day meal, Expenditure for Arunodaya Bidyalaya School and School's construction work

2) Swachh Bharat Yogana, under which construction of public toilets, construction of kitchen and pump set of drinking water.

Click the 35AC ORDER and the NOTIFICATION to see the prominent order display.

We wish to serve the cause to create a healthy and enlightened life for the needy while fulfilling the responsibility of conservation of scarce natural resources and ensuring environmental sustainability.

As a concerned corporate citizen, we believe our duty is to give back some support to the weaker sections of society through our sustained projects. The focus is on the following projects or programs which the Company shall be undertaking from the Financial Year 2014-15 through contributions made to its dedicated registered CSR Trust namely Sri Hara Kasturi Trust, formed specifically for this purpose.

(a)   Health Care
(b)   Education
(c)   Conservation

Health Care
Our endeavour would be to combat spreading of various diseases, particularly Tuberculosis with special emphasis in adjoining village areas where our factories are situated.
Establishing dispensaries, mobile medical vans and doctors to render quality health service to the needy
Preventive Health care through awareness programmes and follow up treatment on patients over a given time span
Supplementing medical treatment with Yogic Exercise and herbal based Ayurvedic Medicines
Voluntary donations to medical institutions

The Company shall empower the education movements in India:

By way of affording equal opportunity to deserving and needy students for studies;
By publishing books for student welfare to promote Indian values
Continue the initiative ANNAPOORNA, which is a participation in the "Swami Vivekananda" Mid-day, Meal Program through which nutritious and hygienic meals shall be provided to students and includes girls studying in primary schools thus boosting the health and nutrition of children belonging to the weaker sections of society.
This program is considered as one of the basic blocks of nation building. It is a landmark service in the field of Health and Education
Voluntary donations to educational institutions

1.  Conservation of natural resources and ensuring environmental sustainability

2.  Actively work towards reducing pressure on natural resources by adopting an effective pro-environment stance alongside adhering to eco-conservationist standards.

3.  Continue to take the following environment friendly measures at our factories, some of them being:

Using eco-friendly agro waste-fuel for power generation
Developing a ‘Green Belt’ planting flowers, grass and trees
Planned planting of trees in neighboring areas every year
Implementation of Environment Waste Management Programmes in all processes
Usage of Chemical Fertilizers complimented by vermicompost made from potato peels.
Usage of Boiler ash in brick making

In order to ensure due compliance with the requirements of the Companies Act, 2013, a CSR Committee of the Board was formed on 06.02.2014 and the following Terms of Reference were adopted:

To ensure compliance with all aspects of the CSR Notifications including the Act and Rules framed thereunder from time to time;
Identification of the agency(ies) through which the CSR activities or part thereof will be channelized;
Formulate and recommend to the Board a CSR Policy indicating activities to be undertaken by the Company as specified under the Act;
Ascertain and Recommend the amount of expenditure to be incurred in this respect during a given period;
Monitor the CSR Policy of the Company from time to time;
Report all such activities to the Board as may be required to be done to ensure compliance as per applicable laws for the time being in force.

The Committee is headed by the Executive Chairman and comprises the Managing, Whole-time and an Independent Director of the Company. All policy decisions towards undertaking the projects shall be approved by the Committee. The Company Secretary acts as the Secretary to the Committee.

The projects as aforementioned shall be identified with the advice of the Committee which has been formed for this purpose. Thereafter, the decisions will be transmitted to the Administration Department of the concerned factory or office or area as the case may be, through the Company Secretary. The Committee shall monitor the implementation of the projects, from time to time, through reports of activities from the concerned officials and assessing the quantum of expenditure, depending upon the stages of implementation of the projects through effective in-house budgeting mechanism, MIS and financial control.

The identified officials stationed at various places shall physically implement the projects at the field level discussing issues that may arise there from with the local authorities and administrative bodies.

In the present day, this policy is aimed at aligning the Company’s CSR activities as per Schedule VII of Companies Act, 2013 adhering to all such stipulations / requirements as laid down by the Act and Rules framed thereunder.

The surplus arising out of the CSR projects or programmes or activities shall not form part of the business profits of the Company.

The Company shall strive towards this mission of social development while adopting an ethos of compassion and care for the weaker sections of the society.

Vigil Mechanism

A Whistleblower is a person or entity disclosing any violation or suspected violation. The general purpose of this Policy is to protect any person who makes a disclosure in good faith of suspected wrongful conduct or violations of the Code of Conduct and Business Ethics.

Merino Industries Limited (MIL) believes in the conduct of its business affairs in fair and transparent manner by ensuring highest standards of professionalism, honesty and integrity. The Company has adopted Code of Conduct and Business Ethics which lays down the principles and standards that should govern the actions and behaviors of the Company as well as its employees.

The underlying intent of the Whistleblower Policy is to encourage and enable employees of the Company to raise serious concerns within the organization before seeking resolution of any violation outside the organization and to maintain peace and harmony at the workplace.
Section 177(9) of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Rule 7 of the Companies (Meeting of Board and its Powers) Rules, 2014 issued directives for the following classes of companies to constitute a vigil mechanism:
Every listed company;
Every other company which accepts deposits from the public;
Every company which has borrowed money from banks and public financial institutions in excess of Rs. 50 crores.
In pursuance with Corporate Governance practices, it is mandatory to establish a mechanism called "Whistle Blower Policy" for directors and employees to report concerns of unethical behavior, actual or suspected, fraud or violation of the Company's Code of Conduct and Business Ethics Policy.

The purpose of the Whistleblower Policy (herein after referred to as "the Policy") is to provide an opportunity to the employees and directors to approach the Chairman of the Audit Committee or the Compliance Officer of the Company to report violation or suspected violation of the Code of Conduct and Business Ethics of the Company.
The definitions of some of the terms used in this Policy are provided below:
'Audit Committee' mean the Audit Committee of the Company constituted by the Board of Directors in accordance with Section 177 of the Companies Act, 2013 'Employee' means every employee of the Company (whether working in India or abroad) including the directors in employment of the Company.
'Code' means the Code of Conduct.
'Investigators' means the persons appointed, authorized or consulted by the Chairman of the Audit Committee and includes the Auditors of the Company and Police.
'Ombudsman': An authorized person for the purpose of receiving all complaints under this Policy and ensuring appropriate action. The BoD will have the authority to change the Ombudsman from time to time
'Protected Disclosure' means any communication made in good faith that discloses any information or provides evidence unethical or improper activity.
'Subject' means a person against or in relation to whom a Protected Disclosure has been made or evidence gathered during the course of an investigation.
'Whistleblower' means an employee or director making a Protected Disclosure under this Policy.
This Policy is an extension of the Code of Conduct and Business Ethics. The role of the Whistleblower is to report information of suspected fraud or misappropriation to the concerned Reporting Authority and not to act as investigators nor he / she should act as a judge to suggest or implement corrective or remedial action if such information or evidence proves to be true. The Whistleblower should not be made part of the investigation team or provided any right to participate in the investigation.
All employees and directors of the Company, whether in India or abroad, are covered under this scope of this Policy for making Protected Disclosures
The Policy covers malpractices and events which have taken place/ suspected to take place involving:
Abuse of authority
Breach of contract
Negligence causing substantial and specific danger to public health and safety
Manipulation of Organization's data/records
Financial irregularities, including fraud, or suspected fraud
Criminal offence
Pilferage of confidential/propriety information
Deliberate violation of law/regulation
Wastage/misappropriation of Organization's funds/assets
Breach of employee Code of Conduct or Rules
Any other unethical, biased, favoured, imprudent event
A Whistleblower may send a letter by marking "personal and confidential" in bold letters on the front of the envelope. The envelope is to be addressed to: The Compliance Officer, Merino Industries Limited, 5, Alexandra Court, 60/1, Chowringhee Road, Kolkata – 700020, West Bengal.

If making complaint through email, the email should be addressed to the merinokol@merinoindia.com. If the Whistleblower has sent an email and do not receive a reply mail within 7 days, then it should be assumed that such email has not been delivered due to computer filtering activities and another mode of contact should be made.

Employees can make Protected Disclosure to Ombudsman, as soon as possible but not later than 30 consecutive days after becoming aware of the concern

Whistle Blower must put his/her name to allegations. Concerns expressed anonymously will not be investigated

The Organization will protect the Whistle Blower by:
Ensuring that the Whistle Blower and/or the person processing the Protected Disclosure is not victimized for doing so
Treating victimization as a serious matter including initiating disciplinary action on such person(s)
Ensuring complete confidentiality for the Whistle Blower
Not attempting to conceal evidence of the Protected Disclosure
Taking disciplinary action, if any one destroys or conceals evidence of the Protected Disclosure made/to be made
Enquiry into the Disclosure
The Ombudsman will forward the concern to the HoD - HR. The Name of the Whistle Blower shall not be disclosed to the HoD – HR
In case the concern is against the HoD - HR, the Ombudsman would forward the concern directly to the BoD
If initial enquiries by the HoD - HR indicate that the concern has no basis, or it is not a matter which requires investigation to be pursued under this Policy, it may be dismissed at this stage and the decision is documented
Where initial enquiries indicate that further investigation is necessary, this will be carried through the BoD as described under the Section of the Disciplinary Policy
The decision of the BoD would be final in this regard
Every director, employee and officer of the Company is responsible to comply with the provisions of the Code of Conduct and Business Ethics and therefore, to report violations or suspected violations in accordance with this Policy. The report should be made immediately at the time such violation or suspected violation comes to their notice.
Employee, officer or director of the Company who in good faith reports a violation shall not be subjected to humiliation, harassment or retaliation. Any employee, officer or director who retaliates against a Whistleblower shall be subjected to disciplinary action which may result in termination of employment.
The Company is prohibited from knowingly discriminating or retaliating against an employee who in good faith:
Reported verbally or in writing , any criminal activity by any person;
Reported verbally or in writing, any activity or violation within the organization which may eventually bring criminal charges against any person;
Co-operated with a law enforcement agency or authority for criminal investigation;
Any employee, officer or director filing a complaint for violation or suspected violation of the Code of Conduct must be acting in good faith. The term 'Good Faith' means that a person has a reasonable belief that the disclosure made is true and not misleading and has not been made out of malice, jealousy, for personal gain or any other ulterior means.
Whereas genuine Whistleblowers are ensured complete protection from any retaliation or humiliation, any misuse of this protection will eventually lead to disciplinary action and will be viewed seriously.

An intentional filing of a frivolous complaint or a report, whether made verbally or in writing, will be considered as violation of the Code and will be subjected to disciplinary action.

Whistleblowers who make three or more Protected Disclosures which ultimately proves to be frivolous and made with mala fide intention, will be disqualified from making any further disclosures under this Policy. In respect of such Whistleblower, the Company or Audit committee reserves the right to initiate disciplinary proceedings.
All Protected Disclosures reported under this policy will be thoroughly investigated by the Chairman of the Audit Committee or Compliance Officer of the Company who will investigate or oversee the investigations under authorization of the Audit Committee. If circumstances warrant so, the Compliance Officer or Chairman of the Audit Committee may consider involving any investigator for the purpose of investigation.

The decision of the Chairman of the Audit Committee or the Compliance Officer of the Company shall not be treated as an accusation. It shall be treated as a neutral fact finding process.

Subjects shall be duty bound to cooperate with the Chairman of the Audit Committee or the Compliance Officer of the Company during the course of any investigation. While the process of investigation is running, the identity of the Subject should be kept confidential to the extent possible subject to the provisions of the law.

The investigation shall be completed normally within 60 days from the date of receipt of the Protected Disclosures.
The Whistle Blower, the Subject, everyone involved in the process shall:
Maintain complete confidentiality/ secrecy of the matter
Not discuss the matter in any informal/social gatherings/ meetings
Discuss only to the extent or with the persons required for the purpose of completing the process and investigations
Not keep the papers unattended anywhere at any time
Keep the electronic mails/files under password
If anyone is found not complying with the above, (s)he shall be held liable for such disciplinary action as is considered fit.
If an investigation leads the Compliance Officer or the Chairman of the Audit Committee to conclude that a unethical act or fraud has been committed, the Compliance Officer or the Chairman of the Audit Committee shall recommend to the management of the Company to take such disciplinary or corrective action as the Compliance Officer or the Chairman of the Audit Committee deems fit.
The Compliance Officer shall submit a Report to the Chairman of the Audit Committee on a regular basis about all protected disclosures referred to him/her since the last report together with the results of the investigations, if any.
The Audit Committee or the Board of Directors reserves the right to amend or modify this Policy in whole or in part, at any time without assigning any reason there for. However, no such amendment or modification will be binding on the employees and directors until and unless the same is notified to the employees or directors in writing.

Infrastructure and Backward Integration

The Merino Group's facilities are state-of-the-art, geared for integration, and strategically well-located to serve the markets. Its two manufacturing facilities for High Pressure Laminates have a combined annual production capacity of 35 million sq. mtrs. Our three short cycle lamination facilities can produce pre-laminated particle and MDF boards in sizes varying from 2.5 X 6 ft up to 9 X 6 ft. Following the principle of Economy, our three pre-lamination lines are located in northern and southern locations for readier dispatches to the customer.

In keeping with our integrated approach, we have set up a printing facility to offer custom designs. A plate polishing and cleaning facility has also been installed for uniform surface finish of stainless steel moulds. We are the only HPL manufacturer in Asia to have chroming and de-chroming facility that maintains chromed SS moulds in order to produce non-directional chromed gloss plates. We manufacture our own formaldehyde and resins too.

Offices and warehouses in all major state capitals ensure an adequate presence of Merino and serve to expedite business decisions and logistics. Further, an in-house fleet of vehicles ensures on-time product delivery at all times.

Merino Interior Solutions

Merino is the world's third largest manufacturer of decorative laminates for the home, retail and office segments. Merino offers more than 400 designs and 35 finishes in 10 different sizes. Merino also offers complimentary products for interior industry like plywood, melamine-faced particle board & MDF board, post-formed panels.

Visit: www.merinolaminates.com

Merino Interior Solutions

MySpace is the new-age furniture solutions brand launched by Merino. Originally conceptualized as an R&D wing for the panel division, today it is one of the most preferred tailor-made furniture solutions for the office, home, hospitality and retail sectors.

Visit: www.myspacefurniture.com

Merino Interior Solutions


Designed to provide appealing, practical solutions for heavy traffic usage, Merino- Besco Restroom and Locker systems have created a whole new standard for the restroom culture in India. Manufactured for the first time in India in technical collaboration with Besco of Singapore, Merino offers a range of restroom and locker systems in a variety of colours, with nylon or stainless steel accessories and fittings.

Visit: www.merino-besco.com

Merino Interior Solutions


Limitless choices, freedom to create the designs of your dreams, rich colours and textures. superior function and form - these are some of the advantages of Merino Solid Surfaces by Hanex. Crafted from a unique blend of acrylic resins and natural materials, the sheets can be cut, shaped and formed into a boundless range of designs. Best of all, unlike other surfacing materials, these can be easily repaired and restored to their original condition.

Visit: www.merino-hanex.com

Agro Business

Vegit brand is spread equally between the making of sumptuous snacks and the pleasures of eating them, Vegit Snack Mixes which are all simple, fast, neat, and ready to make. The brand is associated with dishes that are tasty, authentic, and heartwarming to serve and consume. Also Vegit Potato flakes are potatoes that have been through a process to yield a packaged convenience food that can be reconstituted in the home in seconds by adding hot water or milk.

Visit: www.vegit-merino.com

Business Consulting

In Information Technology Services, Merino Services Limited is a Business Consulting and IT Services organization providing value-added services as a Partner -to- Progress with our esteemed customers and business associates. We specialize in design / implementation of various business solutions for our customers.

Visit: www.merinoservices.com


Merino is the ideal workplace for hardworking, driven individuals, who seek outstanding opportunities, excellent training, growth potential and career fulfilment.

At Merino, we create a motivating work environment, which encourages employees to achieve excellence in their specific fields. We facilitate growth and provide advancement opportunities to our employees by designing career paths and offering scope for skills upgradation and promotion. We believe that an employee's career growth is imperative, not just for the individual but for the organization as well. We give our employees the space and freedom to operate and take independent initiatives, enabling them to contribute creatively and significantly.

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