Digraph Transport Supplies Ltd
Digraph was founded in 1976 by Peter Rawson, later joined by his son James, who together built one of the UK leading independent ‘all-makes’ truck and trailer parts distributors in a fragmented market. Digraph currently has 14 branches, centred in The Midlands, with the head office in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire. Digraph’s 175-strong team pride themselves on having the strongest customer service ethic in the HGV parts industry. Their maxim – “Whatever it takes” – means doing anything that is required to achieve the objective of fulfilling the commitment to their customers … and then some
In September 2017, Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia become the majority investor in Digraph. Further substantial investments have also been made by Euro Car Parts Lt and by James Rawson, who remains as Managing Director of Digraph.
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EcoCentric Management Pvt Ltd
EcoCentric Management Pvt Ltd (EcoCentric) is one of India’s leading electronics asset management companies. EcoCentric strongly believes in the “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” way of consuming our natural resources and assists individuals and corporates to incorporate this principle by increasing value of their electronic and electrical inventories, as well as disposal of their e-waste in an environment-friendly manner.
EcoCentric was founded in January 2011 to create a professionally run e-waste processing company. Waste Management is at a nascent stage in India and there is limited awareness about ethical, safe and compliant e-waste management. The team travelled across the country and observed that there are a limited number of organisations processing e-waste currently. India generated approximately 2 million tonnes of e-waste in 2014.
EcoCentric offers corporates and individuals a customised end-to-end solution for e-waste management, asset recovery, data security and destruction, reverse logistics and refurbishment services, while complying with the environmental and legislative norms pertaining to ethical, safe and compliant e-waste management, recycling and disposal.
December 2016 saw EcoCentric raise its first round of growth capital. The undisclosed amount raised came from Dominvs Group and Badri Baldawa, founder of the Seeba Group.