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Atul Industries

Amraiwadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

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Atul Industries

 Atul Ltd is an improvement driven, integrated chemical company serving about 5,700 customers belonging to 31 industries across the world. The Company has established subsidiary companies in the USA (1994), the UK (1996), China (2004), Brazil (2012) and the UAE (2015) to serve its customers and thus enhance breadth and depth of its business.

 

With depth in science and technology, Atul manages almost all Unit Processes and Unit Operations to manufacture about 1,380 products and formulations and has state-of-the-art facilities and processes to ensure safety and treatment of gaseous, liquid and solid pollutants.

 

Atul established successful joint venture companies with world-renowned multi-national companies namely American Cyanamid Company (now a part of BASF AG and Pfizer Inc) in 1947, Imperial Chemical Industries plc (now a part of Akzo Nobel and Astra Zeneca plc) in 1955 and Ciba-Geigy Ltd (now a part of BASF AG and Huntsman Corporation) in 1960.

 

Atul was founded by a legendary Indian, Mr Kasturbhai Lalbhai, on September 15, 1947, exactly a month after India became independent with the dream to generate large-scale employment, create wealth in rural India and make the country self-sufficient in its requirements of chemicals.

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