Global Player in Agricom Industry

We are the leading suppliers of Spices, Raw Herbs, Oil Seeds, Food Grains, Bird and Animal Feed. Through our impeccable and efficient service we have been able to extend our sphere of work far and wide.

Our Journey Began…
The journey of V.P & Sons began almost 80 decades back when Mr. Mangaldas Thakkar started DMK spices in Mumbai in 1930. Initially, the company was involved in Agri Products Supply Chain Management for export. But later on under the able captainship of Mr. Pankaj Thakkar, we made our foray into the Foreign Trade by the name of V.P & Sons (VPS) as Manufacturer Exporter.

Passion, Tradition and Experience…
These are the rudimentary motivating triggers of our company. We have vast experience to fall back upon, as the company has gained extensive knowledge of American as well as Asian quality standards and requirements. For generations together, we have been able to hold our grounds under stiff competition only because we are grounded to our roots and pursue our work with passion.

Quality and Commitment
Our zeal to excel keeps us committed to maintain quality for which we have been known in the market for years. The visionary guidance of our chairman Mr. Pankaj Thakkar keeps us on our toes to maintain the highest quality of all the products and every steps are taken to ensure that the products are fresh and are not exposed to coloring agents or preservatives.

Dedicated Workforce
Although we believe that new and innovative technologies should be adapted for keeping pace with the times, we also depend a lot on old traditional values and hence our workforce has a unique combination of employees who joined us at the start and the youngsters who specialize in particular domain of Seeds and spices.

Our Clients We serve customers from all parts of the world including countries such as China, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan, turkey, Spain, Morocco, Lebanon, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico countries, etc.

  1. “One Stop Shop” for all types of Agri commodity needs
  2. Vertical integration to derive cost benefit
  3. Strategically located distribution centers in various locations
  4. Market expansion through alliances
  5. Fast sourcing and shipping times
  6. In-house Cargo stuffing
  7. Customer focused approach
  8. Maintaining Hygienic conditions at Factory as well as Warehouse.
  9. Capturing international market share through competitive pricing and standard quality
  10. Making & Maintaining strong business relationship for mutual benefit
  11. Exponential use of available resources