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Good response for Shree Pushkar at Bangla Expo

Sep 24, 2018
Good response for Shree Pushkar at Bangla Expo

Shree Pushkar Chemicals & Fertilisers Ltd, Mumbai, which recently participated at the 33rd Dye +Chem Bangladesh Expo 18, received a very good response.   

Shree Pushkar Chemicals & Fertilisers founded in 1994 is an established market leader in the manufacture of dyes & dye intermediates. The manufacturing facilities are located at MIDC Lote Parshuram, Dist Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. The company has an aggregate installed capacity of 10000 MT of various dyes intermediates.
The company supplies products to a global clientele including major dyes producers of international repute. Presently it is exporting reactive dyes to Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iran, Taiwan, Turkey, Korea, Sri Lanka, Europe and US. The dyes are GOTS certified. Recently it has launched a brand called DYECOL for promoting reactive dyes in Indian market and global market. It has various ranges of Reactive dyes for different sectors like knit dyeing, yarn dyeing, garment dyeing and washing and woven dyeing. For Light shades it offers DYECOL CELF series and for medium to dark shades it has DYECOL CEFT and RR series, DYECOL DR series and DYECOL SS series. 
Besides  manufacturing dyestuffs and dye intermediates, it also manufactures fertilisers, sulphur base acids, animal feed additives, sulphuric acids, oleum acids, chloro sulphonic acid at Ratnagiri ,Maharastra. Shree Pushkar is a Blue Sign partner, GOTS certified and ZDHC contributor.

The company received a positive response at the exhibition, which was held from 12th  September to 15th September at International Convention Centre, Basundhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh. The visitors from round the globe came to visit the stall and were overwhelmed with the company profile which have full backward and forward integration. 

The Shree Pushkar team was headed by Punit Makharia, MD, Dr N N Mahapatra, Business Head (Dyes), Dilip Shah, GM and Bala Subramanium, South Head. There were useful interactions with the mill owners, technicians and business associates during the Dhaka exhibition.