Kanoria Chem's plans expansion

August 2006
Chemical Business;Aug2006, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p66
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The article focuses on the plan of Kanoria Chemicals & Industries Ltd. (KCIL) to invest Rs 150 crore in 2006 for the expansion of its caustic soda capacity and chlorine-based facility in India. KCIL has augmented its caustic soda capability to 90,000 tonnes per annum in 2005. The expansion will begin in November 2007.


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