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Bodal Enters Farm Chemicals Business; Builds Phosphate Unit

8:53 AM MDT | September 24, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh

Bodal Chemicals (Ahmedabad, India), a manufacturer of dyes and dye intermediates, says it has established a wholly owned subsidiary, Bodal AgroTech, to enter the farm chemical business. Bodal AgroTech plans to build a 350,000-m.t./year single super phosphate plant near to Bodal’s existing manufacturing facilities at Padra, India with an investment of about Rs310 million ($7 million). Bodal manufactures dyes and dye intermediates, and sulfuric acid at the Padra site. The 650-m.t./day sulfuric acid plant was opened last July. {indesign_image...

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