Kanoria Chemicals & Industries

Kanoria Chemicals & Industries

HQ - New Delhi, India

Chemicals
About Kanoria Chemicals & Industries

Kanoria Chemicals & Industries Limited (KCI) stands as a leading manufacturer of chemical intermediates in India, with diversified interests in automotive and industrial electronics, renewable energy, and textiles. Committed to sustainability, ethical business practices, and excellence, KCI seeks collaboration with like-minded individuals to create value for customers, shareholders, employees, and communities. The company operates chemical manufacturing facilities in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, and Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, producing Formaldehyde, Hexamine, Resins, and Penta products. Additionally, it operates a solar power plant near Jodhpur, Rajasthan, and oversees APAG, an electronic and mechatronic modules company in Switzerland and the Czech Republic. Kanoria Africa Textiles, its denim manufacturing subsidiary, is based near Adis Ababa, Ethiopia. KCI has garnered recognition for its environmental management, resource efficiency, and social responsibility, earning accolades such as the Indian Chemicals Manufacturers Association (ICMA) Award and the Golden Peacock Eco-Innovation Award. The company maintains a synergistic relationship with its group company, KPL International Limited, specializing in global marketing and distribution of chemicals, plastics, paper, and allied products.

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Headquater New Delhi, India
Incorporation Year 1960(64 yrs old)
Industry Chemicals
Company Employees 201-500
Website http://kanoriachem.com
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