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Indian Phosphonate Maker to Double Capacity

12:33 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Deepti Ramesh

Aquapharm (Pune), the largest manufacturer of phosphonates in India, says it plans to double production capacity for phosphonates, polymers, and biocides at the company’s two manufacturing plants in western India. The doubling of capacity will take place within one year and production is due to start at the expanded units in September 2008, the company says. Aquapharm has a manufacturing facility at Mahad, 150 km from Mumbai, that produces phosphonates, and it operates a facility at Pirangut, 40 km from Pune that makes polymers and biocides. The combined...

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