Functions
Management
Board of Directors, Executive Committee Members
Name, Designation and Duties of Senior Officers
List of Warehouses
Storage Capacity
Facilities available for Citizens
Particulars of Concessions, Rebates Etc
Right to Information
Quatation Notice
Contact us
Notifications
"Re - quotation notice for electrical works at S.W.Alathur"
"Re-Tender notice for Maintenance of Effluent Treatment plant at Modern Rice Mill Alathur"
"Re tender notice for supply and installation of 15HP and allied works at S.W.Vanddanmedu"
"Servicing and repair of Power Wiring System of Modern Rice Mill Alathur in Palakkad Dist. "
"Schedule-Rice Mill Machinery Maintenance& Servicing at MRM, Alathur"
"Quotation Notice-Rice Mill,Alathur"
"Short Tender Notice-Rice Mill Alathur"
"Tender Notice Inviting "
"E-Tender Notice Inviting "
"E-Tender Notice Inviting"
"Electrification works of Shopping Complex, Office and Godown at State Warehouse, Changanassery, Kottayam District"
"Electrification works of Shopping Complex, Office and Godown at State Warehouse, Changanassery, Kottayam District"
"Tender Notice for Maintenance of Tiled roof godown at State warehouse, Sulthan Batheri, Wayanad Dist. "
"Quotation Notice for Galvalume Roofing Sheets and Ridges at SW, Nedumangad, Thiruvananthapuran District"
"Manufacture, Supply and Erection of steel tubular trusses for the godown of size 28.00x21.80M at State Warehouse, Nedumangad in Thiruvananthapuram Dist"
"Assistant Manager- Rank List"
Organization

Kerala State Warehousing Corporation came into existence on 20th February 1959 according to Government Notification No. Ag.P2 - 205057 AD dated.30.01.59. It functions under the Warehousing Corporations Act 1962 (Central Act 58/1962). The Warehousing Corporations Act 1962 was passed repealing the Agricultural Produce Development and Warehousing Corporations Act 1956. KSWC is a statutory Corporation having 50% Share Capital by Central Warehousing Corporation and 50% share capital by the Govt. of Kerala. It has its Corporate Office at Ernakulam with 3 Zonal Offices, 9 Regional Offices and 60 Warehouses scattered all over the state.

All types of agricultural commodities and other commodities notified by the Government from time to time are accepted for storage in a Warehouse. The idea behind the whole warehousing scheme is to give scientific storage to the agricultural produce and also to arrange easy credit and holding power to the agriculturists to enable them to get a better price for their produces. A Warehouse Receipt incorporating the quantity, quality, market value and particulars of insurance against fire, theft and burglary will be issued to the depositor. The Warehouse Receipt is negotiable in nature and can be pledged in any bank.
 
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