Shree Pushkar Chemicals launches mixed fertiliser brand in India

Shree Pushkar Chemicals launches mixed fertiliser brand in India

10:11 AM, 8th February 2016
Shree Pushkar Chemicals launches mixed fertiliser brand in India

MUMBAI, INDIA: Shree Pushkar Chemicals & Fertilisers Ltd (SPCF), an integrated player in the manufacture of dyes and dye intermediates said that it has launched new mixed fertiliser in Maharashtra, India.

The company has received a license for manufacture of mixed fertiliser - nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (NPK) - in Maharashtra. The mixed fertiliser, branded as Shriram Urja Mix, has been launched under a marketing tie-up with DCM Shriram.

Shree Pushkar Chemicals had commenced commercial operations of a new product under the fertiliser division - mixed fertiliser (NPK) on January 22, 2016 in its existing soil conditioner granulation plant in Lote Parshuram (Maharashtra) with a nominal capacity of 20,000 tonne per annum.

Shree Pushkar, which completed its IPO process in September 2015, is currently undertaking forward integration of the business into dyestuff and expansion of the dye intermediates division to cater to the new dyestuff plant.

For fertilisers and cattle feed divisions, SPCF have marketing tie ups with DCM Shriram and Shivam Chemicals.

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