Shree Pushkar Chemicals increases vinyl suphone capacity

Shree Pushkar Chemicals increases vinyl suphone capacity

6:52 AM, 8th June 2016
Shree Pushkar Chemicals increases vinyl suphone capacity

MUMBAI, INDIA: Shree Pushkar Chemicals & Fertilisers Limited (SPCF) increases vinyl sulphone capacity, with an additional facility at its existing Lote-Parshuram site in Maharashtra, India.

As a part of its forward integration strategy, SPCF has ventured into dyestuff manufacturing with a new plant at its Lote-Parshuram. Since, dyes manufacturing will raise the requirement of intermediates, the company has increased the capacity of vinyl sulphone by 1000 tonnes.

“In-line with its strategy to support the captive requirement of dyes operations, the company has commissioned its additional capacity of 1,000 MTA of vinyl sulphone, a key raw material used in dyes manufacturing,” said Shree Pushkar Chemicals & Fertilisers in a BSE filing.

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