Coromandel to set up Rs 400-cr sulphuric acid plant at Vizag

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November 17, 2021 8:19 AM

The company has also signed technology partnership agreements with MECS (Monsanto Enviro-Chem Systems) and TKIS (ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions) for the project.

CoromandelThe new plant will increase the company’s sulphuric acid production capacity by a further 5 lakh metric tonne per annum from the current 6 lakh, thereby resulting in a combined capacity of 11 lakh metric tonne. (Representational image)

Coromandel International, the country’s second largest phosphatic fertiliser player and part of over Rs 41,000-crore Chennai-based diversified business conglomerate Murugappa Group, on Tuesday announced setting up of a sulphuric acid plant at its fertiliser complex at Visakhapatnam at a cost of Rs 400 crore.

The company has also signed technology partnership agreements with MECS (Monsanto Enviro-Chem Systems) and TKIS (ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions) for the project.

The new plant will increase the company’s sulphuric acid production capacity by a further 5 lakh metric tonne per annum from the current 6 lakh, thereby resulting in a combined capacity of 11 lakh metric tonne.

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