It stands for Messrs plural for Mr
by Rainbow - an hour ago
M/s... is plural of Mr...
by Harish Jharia - an hour ago
Messers . as we respect some individual one by mr/miss/mrs the same way it used for firms/companies.
by delhitewonder - an hour ago
m/s is the short form of messers
by Priya S - an hour ago
it stands for messers
by Akash - an hour ago
M/s is a short form of the word Messrs. This is all what I know.
by king - an hour ago
M/s stands for 'Messrs' which is literally plural of Mr. But I don't know why we use it b4 a co. name. Note that while writing a letter to a co., we use 'Dear Sirs' instead of 'Dear Sir'. It's probably a tradition.
by Amit ®™ - an hour ago
In India or elsewhere :- We write M/s. or Messers before a Co. name.
by FinanceMan - an hour ago
it stands for Messrs. usually as proprietery of company. literally plural of Mr.
by puneet r - an hour ago
M/s stands short for Messers, meaning trade establishment
by cancerians_are_emperors - an hour ago
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