Gemini Corporation N.V founded in 1989 is a leading name in the recycling trade doing a volume of more than 1 million tons annually.
Gemini Corporation now employs over 200 professionals and has grown into a global organization with its own & associated offices in Europe, UK, Canada, USA, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, UAE, India, China, Vietnam, Japan and Australia. Gemini is handling more than 60,000 TEUs in the field of Recyclable Steel, Plastics, Rubber and Wood products in more than 50 countries globally. Gemini is considered as a pioneer in Steel Scrap Exports in containers from Europe. A large team of in-house inspectors create a big value addition towards customers and suppliers.
Gemini Corporation N.V. is chaired by Mr. Surendra Borad Patawari, who is also the Chairman of the Plastics Committee at the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) an association with a worldwide membership of over 800 enterprises. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India conferred Mr. Surendra on 2015 CA Global Business Leader Award. As a company dealing in recyclable products, Gemini Corporation places extreme importance on compliance with all environmental regulations and procedures.
We are aware of the detrimental effects on the environment that can be caused by any negligence. Therefore, we believe in full cooperation with the environmental regulatory authorities.
Apart from its business activities and cooperation with authorities, Gemini Corporation recognizes and wholeheartedly accepts its responsibility towards society. As a result of this, part of the company’s profit is dedicated to activities which promote the welfare of the society. Gemini Corporation is actively involved in projects which provide Education & Health Aid, Improve infrastructure and promote Culture and better Environment for society. The founder of Gemini Corporation, Mr. Surendra Borad Patawari, has been recognized for his efforts in these areas by various authorities including the former Guru of the Jain Swetamber Terapanth community “Acharyashri Mahapragya”.