Balaji Amines has announced commissioning of a greenfield project along with construction of two new plants.    The Phase-1 of 90 acre greenfield project (Unit IV) has been completed and the DMC/PC and PG Plant will be ready to commence commercial production by the end of September 2022.    This will result in annual production capacity of 15,000 tonne of Di-methyl Carbonate (DMC)/Propylene Carbonate (PC) and 15,000 tonne Propylene Glycol (PG).    In the first year of operations, the company is expected to achieve capacity utilisation of 60-70 percent at the DMC/PC and PG plant.    The company has also started construction in Phase-2 of greenfield project (Unit-IV) for two plants. This includes Methyl Amine with a proposed 40,000 tpa and DMAHCL with a proposed capacity of 7,500 tpa.    The environmental clearance for the same has been received. The company expects to start operations at these state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities around the closure of FY23.    The capex for these plants will be around Rs 200 to 220 crore which will be funded entirely by internal accruals.Balaji Amines has announced commissioning of a greenfield project along with construction of two new plants.

The Phase-1 of 90 acre greenfield project (Unit IV) has been completed and the DMC/PC and PG Plant will be ready to commence commercial production by the end of September 2022.

This will result in annual production capacity of 15,000 tonne of Di-methyl Carbonate (DMC)/Propylene Carbonate (PC) and 15,000 tonne Propylene Glycol (PG).

In the first year of operations, the company is expected to achieve capacity utilisation of 60-70 percent at the DMC/PC and PG plant.

The company has also started construction in Phase-2 of greenfield project (Unit-IV) for two plants. This includes Methyl Amine with a proposed 40,000 tpa and DMAHCL with a proposed capacity of 7,500 tpa.

The environmental clearance for the same has been received. The company expects to start operations at these state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities around the closure of FY23.

The capex for these plants will be around Rs 200 to 220 crore which will be funded entirely by internal accruals.


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