Paint company in India
Largest paint company in Asia
Years of market leadeship in India
Paint manufacturing facilities globally
Largest paint company in the world
Countriers where our products are sold
Countries of operation
Market capitalisation as on 31st March 2019
Royale Aspira, Royale Play Safari, Royale Play Metallics, Apcolite Premium Emulsion, Tractor Aqualock, Tractor Acrylic Distemper, Royale Luxury Emulsion, Royale Shyne, Royale Atmos, Tractor Emulsion Shyne, Tractor Emulsion, Royale Health Shield
Apcolite Satin Enamel, Apcolite Gloss Enamel, Apcolite
Rust Shield, Tractor Enamel, Royale Luxury Enamel
Woodtech PU Palette, Woodtech Aquadur PU, Emporio PU, Woodtech Epoxy, Woodtech Insignia, Woodtech Touchwood, Woodtech Polyester , Woodtech Polyester Gold
Apex Ultima Protek (Base Coat & Top Coat)
Apex Ultima Protek Duralife (Base Coat & Top Coat)
Ace Shyne, Ace Exterior Emulsion, Apex Exterior Emulsion, Apex Ultima, Apex Ultima Europa
Home painting services
Experience retail stores
As I sit down to pen my thoughts on the year gone by, the first thought that strikes me is that till last year, it used to be my dear friend, late Mr. Ashwin Choksi, addressing all of us through his annual letter. He was truly an amazing human being inspiring all of us to aim and achieve big and at the same time retain the humility to connect and relate with people across all strata. Always eager to learn, he would spend hours interacting with the younger generation of employees, understanding their views and drawing inspiration to keep the organisationʼs culture and imperatives relevant with times. I will always cherish and take strength from his reassuring smile in my endeavour to lead this organisation to greater heights.
Asian Paints has succeeded in extending it’s market leadership in India for over 50 years simply because it has continuously endeavoured to change and meet the needs of the consumer of today. Today’s consumer is exposed to great products and services across all categories of goods and as a Company we have strived to change and evolve to meet her/his needs.
Managing Director & CEODownload
(01.06.1943 – 19.09.2018)
Mr. Ashwin Choksi, Asian Paints Limited, left for the heavenly abode on 19th September, 2018, after a brief illness.
Late Mr. Ashwin Choksi was associated with the Company since 1965. He became the Managing Director of the Company in 1984. As an Executive Chairman for more than a decade, he pioneered to imbibe the best governance standards with entrepreneurship in the Company. He stepped down as Executive Chairman of the Company in 2009 and continued to hold the position of Non-Executive Chairman since then.
A humble and down to earth individual, he led the Company without being in the limelight.
Late Mr. Ashwin Choksi was instrumental in strengthening the symbiotic relationship between entrepreneurs and professionals in the Company and promoted a culture which valued equity and fairness, thus enhancing stakeholder value. He was extremely passionate about social causes and undertook many philanthropic activities especially in the areas of education and health.Download
Innovation has been one of our key cornerstones in our enduring journey. We remain an agile and responsive world-class innovationled organisation who is constantly adopting to evolving customer aspirations and catalysing our growth possibilities across existing and future businesses.Download
Our digital channels are enabling us to transform from being a brick-and-mortar business into a click-and-mortar business. Winning in a digital world is all about how you weave and create an ecosystem that is digitally connected.Download
Asian Paints believes in the power of focussed, consistent,
well‑designed sustainable initiatives to drive social transformation.
FY2017-18 was characterised by broad-based and synchronised growth across all major economies. On the contrary, FY2018-19 saw a range-bound global economic growth, largely supported by the continued strong momentum in the US economy. The growth trend, coupled with tight labour market participation, pushed the US Fed to increase its policy rates four times during the year, each time by 25 bps.Download