Become Acquainted With the History of P Mark

Producing quality food products isn’t everyone’s cup of tea since it demands an unwavering dedication at every level of operation. As the customer expectations keep on changing, it is essential that you learn new facts, put into practice the modern techniques and install the sophisticated and productive machinery. In order to satisfy the consumers to the fullest, P Mark has led the change in many aspects of the flour milling industry in India – particularly in procurement, technology adoption and distribution systems.

Consistent changes are something that is very crucial to flourishing in any type of business. P Mark with the constant transformation and strong set of shared values has managed to endure and strengthen over the years. All these principles were infused into P Mark’s culture by the late ShriDevidasPuriJi, the gentleman who set up an oil mill and a flour mill at Moga, a small town in Punjab way back in 1933.In the pre-independent India, carrying out businesses was quite difficult but with continuous effort and fair business dealings, small family business did blossom. Because of the purity of the product produced, DevidasPuriJi managed to grow his family business. The products of the companies were sold in different locations of India including Lahore, Sialkot and Jammu Kashmir. The principles of the business were based on sound and ethical value systems.

During the 1943-44 food crisis, the flour business was put to a halt by the late Shri Devi Das PuriJi as he refused to accept the profits that came from the sufferings of common people. Following the partition in 1947, P Mark’s edible oil became very popular across India. By 1980s, the green revolution had completely transformed the agriculture and as a result, India became self-sufficient in food products and it was then the P Mark family had decided to revive the wheat flour business.


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