Mr. Surendra Borad Patawari Will be Speaking at MRAI Conference in Goa
We’re delighted to announce our 2nd Key Note Speaker, Mr. Surendra Borad Patawari at MRAI’s 5th International Goa Conference.
Mr. Surendra Borad Patawari serves as the Chairman of Gemini Corporation. He founded Gemini Corporation in 1989 in Belgium. Gemini Corporation now employs over 200 professionals and has grown into a global organization with its own & associated offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, United Kingdom, Sweden, Pakistan, the UAE, India and China. It is one of the largest companies in sourcing, distribution and inspecting of plastic scrap, metal scrap and rubber scrap to different regions of the world. The organization’s strict adherence to its principles of commitment, integrity and trust has led the company to achieve a turnover of over EUR 200 million.
Mr. Surendra 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. To achieve his philanthropic goals, he has adopted nine Indian villages for their medical needs, built and operates two schools for 400 students and supports the plantation and maintenance of over 100.000 trees.
Surendra Borad Patawari was born in a small village that goes by the name of Momasar, near the old city of Bikaner in Rajasthan, where his life until the age of 10 was spent. At a later age he went to Kolkata from where he completed his education, and entered the sphere of productivity as a spanking new Chartered Accountant. After working at it for some years, he moved to Europe, and in the year 1989, finding value in converting industrial and other waste into reusable material, he took the plunge and founded his own company in Antwerp, Belgium. His company, and established under the name of Gemini Corporation, began dealing with the sourcing, processing and logistics of recyclable raw materials. In its first month, the company shipped just one container of plastic scrap. Today, some 5000 containers of steel, plastic, rubber and other industrial grade scrap that come from all across the world are shipped by it from over 100 seaports every month.
Mr. Surendra will share his thoughts on the topic Recycling is a Highly Profitable Business: “How & Why”