Green Initiatives Certification & Inspection Agency

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GICIA is a well-established and renowned organisation which offers certification and inspection services in the fields of Natural Resource Conservation including all forests and forest-related products, viz. Paper Industry e.g., paper mills, manufacturers of packaging material, traders and converters etc; wood related industry like timber, furniture, wood based articles including handicrafts and rubber products are also covered under FSC Chain of Custody (CoC) certification programs.

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Phone: 91 (120) 6500167
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305, III Floor, Urbtech Matrix Tower B 4, Sector 132,, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India 201301

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