Westland, a wholly owned subsidiary of Landmark, is an amalgamation of two companies, EastWest Books and Westland Books, which were merged to form Westland in April 2008.
EastWest Books has a long history of over 45 years in both publishing and distribution. Westland Books, a joint venture company of Landmark and EastWest Books, established in 1984, specialised in marketing American trade publishers. It also published Indian reprints of the popular and best selling Chicken Soup series.
Areas of business
Currently, the company has three imprints:
The publishers for whom Westland distributes books include Random House, Transworld, St. Martin's Press, Simon and Schuster, Harper Collins, USA, Canongate, The Perseus group, Penguin group, Hatchette and Pan Macmillan.