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EEPC Head Office
Kolkata
Bhaskar Sarkar - Addl. Executive Director & Secretary
Vanijya Bhawan, 1st Floor
International Trade Facilitation Centre
1/1, Wood Street
Kolkata 700016
Phone : (+91 33) 22890651/52
Fax : (+91 33) 22890654
Email : eepcho@eth.net
Office of Executive Director EEPC
New Delhi
R. Maitra - Executive Director
Vandhna, 4th Floor
11, Tolstoy Marg
New Delhi 110001
Phone : (+91 11) 23353353, 23711124/25
Fax : (+91 11) 23310920
Email : eepcto@eepc.gov.in
EEPC Regional Offices
Kolkata Office
Anima Pandey – Regional Director
Vanijya Bhawan, 2nd Floor
International Trade Facilitation Centre
1/1, Wood Street
Kolkata 700016
Phone : (+91 33) 22890673/74
Fax : (+91 33) 22890687
Email : eepcrokol@vsnl.net
New Delhi Office
A. A. Kazmi - Acting Regional Director
Surya Kiran, 4th Floor
19, Kasturba Gandhi Marg
New Delhi 110001
Phone : (+91 11) 23314171/74
Fax : (+91 11) 23317795
Email : eepc@spectranet.com
Chennai Office
M. Ganesan – Regional Director
Greams Dugar (3rd Floor)
149, Greams Road
Chennai 600006
Phone : (+91 44) 28295501, 28295502
Fax : (+91 44) 28290495
Email : eepcchennai@airtelmail.in
Mumbai Office
Rajat Srivastava - Regional Director
Centre 1, 12th Floor
World Trade Centre
Cuffe Parade
Mumbai 400005
Phone : (+91 22) 42125555/00/01
Fax : (+91 22) 42125556, 22180119
Email : eepcmum@vsnl.com, eepcmum@mtnl.net.in

EEPC Sub Regional Offices
Bangalore Office
C. H. Nadiger – Asst. Director
Vinayaka Complex, 2nd Floor
44/45, Residency Road Cross
Bangalore 560025
Phone : (+91 80) 25581396, 25588669
Fax : (+91 80) 25586914
Email : eepcsrob@vsnl.net
Hyderabad Office
J. V. Raja Gopal Rao – Asst. Director
Soham Mansion – 1st Floor
No. 5-4-187/3 & 4/4, M. G. Road
Secunderabad 500003
Phone : (+91 40) 27536704
Fax : (+91 40) 27536705
Email : eepchyd@eth.net
Jalandhar Office
Opinder Singh – Asst. Director
Plot Comm. 1
Focal Point
Jalandhar 144004
Phone : (+91 181) 2602264
Fax : (+91 181) 2601124
Email : eepcjal@vsnl.com, enggcorp_jld@dataone.in

EEPC Foreign Offices
Singapore Office
D. D. Roy – Resident Director
No. 3, Shenton Way
#07-02 Shenton House
Singapore 068805
Phone : (+65) 62279282/83
Fax : (+65) 62279284
Email : enexprco@singnet.com.sg
U. S. A. Office
Rana Roy – Resident Director
India Engineering Center
1601 Feehanville Drive
Suite# 200
Kensington Business Center
Mount Prospect
Illinois 60056 (USA)
Phone : (+1 847) 2978500 (2 lines)
Fax : (+1 847) 2978502
Email : eepcchicago@sbcglobal.net, eepcilusa@gmail.com



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