By Pravin PrashantPetro Chemical, May 23, 2020

Fine Organics planning 20,000 TPA expansion

The Patalganga facility is planned for 10,000 TPA capacity whereas German facility is planned for 10,000 TPA capacity, taking the overall capacity of 121,300 TPA.

Fine Organics Industries Limited is planning around 20,000 TPA expansion by FY2022. The Patalganga facility is planned operational in FY2021 whereas German Facility is planned operational in FY2022. 
 
The Patalganga facility is planned for 10,000 TPA capacity whereas German facility is planned for 10,000 TPA capacity, taking the overall capacity of 121,300 TPA.  
 
The company has a total operational capacity of more than 101,300 TPA. The First Ambernath Facility has a capacity of 49,500 TPA, the Badlapur Facility has a capacity of 6,400 TPA, the Dombivili Facility has a capacity of 8,400 TPA, the second Ambernath Facility has a capacity of 5,000 and the third Ambernath Facility has a capacity of 3,200 TPA. 
 
Fine Organics Industries Limited is an established and reputed international player of Oleochemical based activities rooted in India. The company is a leading producer of the widest range of additives for foods, polymers, cosmetics and coating etc. 
 
Fine Organics owes its growth and success to its expertise on oleochemistry, in-house manufacturing technology, customer-centric research and development and a techno-commercial mindset. The company is proud to have highly qualified technocrats in marketing, production and quality control that provide exceptional support to our customers, suppliers and distributors.

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