Krishna Antioxidants plans commission new facility; celebrates 25 years

Krishna Antioxidants plans to commission new facility; celebrates 25 years

11:56 AM, 20th December 2016
Delegates of Krishna Antioxidants during the celebration of its 25th anniversary.
Delegates of Krishna Antioxidants during the celebration of its 25th anniversary.

MUMBAI, INDIA: Krishna Antioxidants Pvt Ltd (KAPL), the leading speciality chemicals manufacturer said it has plans to commission its new facility soon. The company has manufacturing facilities in 4 locations and the new facility will be its 5th.

The Mumbai, India-based company also celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. To commemorate the occasion, the company has constructed state-of-the-art toilets and has installed clean drinking water facility in Jeevan Beema Nagar education society school, which is a part of the cleanliness drive initiated by the KAPL.

“The main objective behind the initiative was to develop appropriate health and hygiene behaviour in the children and secure a healthy school environment which is important for both learning and health,” said Krishna Gupta technical director, KAPL.

KAPL has successfully delivered high-performance chemicals under the brand name of CRISTOL, to diversified markets including oil – upstream and downstream, lubricants, polymers, water treatment, paints, pharmaceuticals, personal care and agrochemicals. It started exporting in the year 2000 and today more than 70 percent of its revenue comes from sales to 32 countries across 5 continents.

"KAPL started as a modest project way back in 1991 which has grown into an enterprise with strong values. We believe in humility, integrity and transparency which has contributed to our growth and will continue to follow our core values even in future,” said Anil Gupta, managing director, KAPL.

Adding to its laurels, the company is the winner of Chemexcil awards for outstanding performance in exports for 3 consecutive years. Other than that, they have also been recognised for business excellence practices and international sales by Zilla Udyog Kendra, Ratnagiri – Government of India, Dunn & Bradstreet Co, Bloomberg TV etc.

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