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EPCH Head Office
DELHI
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL FOR HANDICRAFTS
(MINISTRY OF TEXTILES, GOVT. OF INDIA)
"EPCH HOUSE", POCKET-6 & 7,
SECTOR 'C', L.S.C., VASANT KUNJ,
NEW DELHI-110 070.
Phone : 91-11-26135256
Fax : 91-11-26135518/19
Email : epch@vsnl.com   
    
EPCH Regional Offices
BANGALORE Office
MS. SREEKALA KADIDAL - REGIONAL CO-ORDINATOR
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL FOR HANDICRAFTS
302, 3RD FLOOR, CEARS PLAZA,
NO. 136, RESIDENCY ROAD,
BANGALORE-560025
Phone : +91-80-22107367
Fax : +91-80-22107369
Email : epch.blr@vsnl.net
CHENNAI Office
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL FOR HANDICRAFTS
G-1, GROUND FLOOR, "SRM MUTHU ENCLAVE",
NO. 13, HARRINGTON ROAD, 11TH AVENUE,
(OPP. PACHAIYAPPAS COLLEGE WEST),
SHENNOY NAGAR,
CHENNAI – 600 030
Phone : 91-44-26680717
Fax : 91-44-26680718
Email : epchsr@satyam.net.in
KOLKATA Office
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL FOR HANDICRAFTS
EASTERN REGIONAL OFFICE,
A-4, 9TH FLOOR, CHATTERJEE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE,
33-A JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU ROAD,
KOLKATA – 700 071
Phone : 91-33-22181752, 22716301
Fax : 91-33-22180586
Email : epchcal@vsnl.net
MORADABAD Office
EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL FOR HANDICRAFTS
CENTRAL REGIONAL OFFICE,
1B/441, BUDHI VIHAR,
NEAR HERO HONDA SHOWROOM,
MORADABAD-224401
Phone : 91-591-2480075
Fax : 91-591-2480076
Email : epchmbd@bsnl.in



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