138, Mittal Industrial Estate No.3, M. Vasanji Road, Andheri (East),
Mumbai - 400 059.
Phone: (91-22) 28506716, 28500687, 28504523
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Two Basic Level Online Certificate Courses in Corrugated Packaging have been conducted under the Management and Technical Development Programmes pioneered by Western India Corrugated Box Manufacturers' Association (WICMA).

Level Two of the Course is being held now. As the name indicates this is an advanced course and is designed for those looking to upgrade and update their knowledge and skills.

The course is suitable for those already in the industry or have completed the Level 1 (Basic) Online course.

Recognition : Certificate based on attendance, participation, performance.
Chief Coordinator : Mr. Shlok Kedia (WICMA Hon. Secretary)
Asst. Co-ordinator :
Mr. Manoj Rahate
Tel : 022 - 28506716
Mob : 9867882081
Duration :
Course starts from 18th October 2021 One session of 2 hours on Monday & Thursday for 5 weeks
Timings : 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Course Fee (Rates Per Participant incl. of GST):
For FCBM members : Rs. 8260.00
For Others : Rs. 9440.00
Payment Information :
Payment to be made in favour of
Western India Corrugated Box Manufacturers Association
Savings Bank A/c No 04120100010211
Bank of Baroda, Sakinaka Branch
Registration :
Google Form Link :
Please keep Payment transaction details ready before going to the online Registration form as registration will be processed by our office only if payment information is filled.


Sr. No. Topic for Wicma Level 2 Online Course
1 Formulas relating various strength properties
2 Why fluting paper should be different grade
3 BF Vs RCT – BS Vs ECT – Cost Vs Strength Optimisation
4 SCT Vs RCT – Their relations with ECT and BCT
5 Influence of Moisture and temperature on Flat crush strength of corrugated board
6 What is the real Bursting strength of corrugated board?
7 Causes of common corrugating problems and their solutions
8 How much heat is required to produce corrugated board?
9 How much adhesive is required for corrugated board?
10 Score line cracking – Root cause analysis
11 Shrinkage of paper and corrugated board – Reasons and solutions
12 Determining compression strength requirement of corrugated box
13 Compression strength estimation of multi cornered corrugated box
14 Compression strength estimation of corrugated material fitments
15 Quality Assurance programme in box unit
16 Way Forward – How to handle small volume box order
17 Types of Coatings and their Applications
18 Packaging of Fresh fruits and Vegetables Flowers
19 Packaging Global Laws and regulation
Some more topics will be added in due course