Praj Industries, Dedini provide ethanol production technologies in Brazil

Praj Industries, Dedini to provide ethanol production technologies in Brazil

10:20 AM, 16th August 2019
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PUNE, INDIA: Praj Industries has entered into a cooperation agreement with Dedini S/A Indústrias de Base to provide ethanol production technologies to the Brazilian market.

This paves the way for Dedini to market Praj’s novel technology solutions to set up ethanol production facilities using grain-based feedstock and modernize existing ethanol plants in Brazil.

Praj’s scope includes technology license engineering and supply of critical equipment, whereas Dedini bears responsibility for manufacturing equipment, site supervision, customer assistance and logistics.

This joint endeavour will ensure a consistent, customized approach and the latest technologies while responding to market requirements. Customers in Brazil will benefit from competitive pricing, single window responsibility and local availability of after-sales service.

With its wide connect and strong market reach, Dedini brings to the partnership its manufacturing and execution capabilities in the region. Praj’s expertise includes standalone and flexible molasses to ethanol, corn to ethanol plants of varied capacity, higher stillage concentration, zero liquid discharge, biogas/ bio CNG and 1.5G corn fibre to ethanol technologies along with modernization solutions.  

“We look forward to a mutually rewarding association with Dedini. Praj is confident that its pioneering technology backed by world-class research and development will support the Brazilian government’s mandate for ethanol blending and reduce GHG emissions,” said Shishir Joshipura, CEO and MD at Praj.

“We are proud of this association with Praj Industries as it represents the agreement of two globally recognized companies, bringing to the market proven technologies, competitiveness and customization for our clients,” added Giuliano Dedini Ometto Duarte, Director President at Dedini.

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