Our Journey

FY 2007

FY 2008

FY 2010

FY 2015

FY 2017

FY 2018

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2008

International Finance Corporation (World Bank)  joined in as a partner taking 24.97% stake

2015

Expanded Caustic Chlorine capacity to 167,000 TPA with 60 MW Captive Power Plant

2018

Planned for New Caustic Expansion and Chlor-Alkali Derivatives (Chloromethanes  and Hydrogen Peroxide)

2020

Expanded Caustic Chlorine Capacity to 294,000 TPA and Captive
Power Plant to 96 MW in June 2020.
Commissioned 60,000 TPA Hydrogen Peroxide Plant in July 2020
Announcement for setting up new CPVC Resin Plant (capacity – 30,000 TPA)
Awarded the certification of Responsible Care by Indian Chemical Council (ICC)

2021

Planned for New Caustic Expansion and Chlor-Alkali Derivatives (Chloromethanes and Hydrogen Peroxide)

2007

Foundation of Meghmani Finechem Ltd.: Subsidiary of Meghmani Organics Limited

2010

Started operation from July 2009 as Greenfield Project of 119,000 TPA of Caustic Chlorine and Captive Power Plant of 40 MW

2017

Commissioned KOH Plant of 21,000 TPA and converted all Membrane to ZERO Gap

2017

Commissioned 50,000 TPA Chloromethanes Plant in July 2019 Announcement for setting up new Epichlorohydrin Plant (capacity – 50,000 TPA)

2007

Foundation of Meghmani Finechem Ltd.: Subsidiary of Meghmani Organics Limited

2008

International Finance Corporation (World Bank)  joined in as a partner taking 24.97% stake

2010

Started operation from July 2009 as Greenfield Project of 119,000 TPA of Caustic Chlorine and Captive Power Plant of 40 MW

2015

Expanded Caustic Chlorine capacity to 167,000 TPA with 60 MW Captive Power Plant

2017

Commissioned KOH Plant of 21,000 TPA and converted all Membrane to ZERO Gap

2018

Planned for New Caustic Expansion and Chlor-Alkali Derivatives (Chloromethanes  and Hydrogen Peroxide)

2020

Commissioned 50,000 TPA Chloromethanes Plant in July 2019 Announcement for setting up new Epichlorohydrin Plant (capacity – 50,000 TPA)

2021

Expanded Caustic Chlorine Capacity to 294,000 TPA and Captive Power Plant to 96 MW in June 2020.