India: Bodal Chemicals Ltd. plans to build a SSP plant

India’s Bodal Chemicals Ltd. plans to build a 350,000 tpa SSP plant at Padra, Vadodara, near Bodal’s existing manufacturing facilities for sulphuric acid, dyes and dye intermediates. The cost will be of about US$7 million and the project will be implemented through a wholly owned subsidiary, Bodal Agro Tech, which was set up for this sole purpose. Sulphuric acid feed from the plant will be provided from spent
acid produced within the plant complex; during July 2010, a 650 tpd sulphuric acid plant was successfully comissioned at Padra. Once ground breaking begins, the construction of the new SSP plant is expected to take a year and a half to be completed. Bodal Chemicals is India’s leading maker and marketer of dyes.

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