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Tata Chemicals to set up plants in AP, Gujarat for Rs 565 crore

Will invest Rs 270 cr in soluble dietary fibre unit in AP and Rs 295 cr in silica unit in Gujarat

BS Reporter  |  Ahmedabad 

Tata Chemicals (TCL), part of $100 billion Tata Group, is setting up two facilities in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat to manufacture soluble dietary fibres and silica with an investment of Rs 565 crore. The Rs 10,650 crore chemical major said that it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government of Andhra Pradesh on January 27, to seal a Rs 270 crore investment plan wherein a state-of-the-art biotechnology unit will be set-up in Nellore district for the manufacturing of soluble dietary fibres with cutting-edge health benefits. Additionally, investments of Rs 295 ...

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Tata Chemicals to set up plants in AP, Gujarat for Rs 565 crore

Will invest Rs 270 cr in soluble dietary fibre unit in AP and Rs 295 cr in silica unit in Gujarat

Will invest Rs 270 cr in soluble dietary fibre unit in AP and Rs 295 cr in silica unit in Gujarat Tata Chemicals (TCL), part of $100 billion Tata Group, is setting up two facilities in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat to manufacture soluble dietary fibres and silica with an investment of Rs 565 crore. The Rs 10,650 crore chemical major said that it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government of Andhra Pradesh on January 27, to seal a Rs 270 crore investment plan wherein a state-of-the-art biotechnology unit will be set-up in Nellore district for the manufacturing of soluble dietary fibres with cutting-edge health benefits. Additionally, investments of Rs 295 ... image
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Tata Chemicals to set up plants in AP, Gujarat for Rs 565 crore

Will invest Rs 270 cr in soluble dietary fibre unit in AP and Rs 295 cr in silica unit in Gujarat

Tata Chemicals (TCL), part of $100 billion Tata Group, is setting up two facilities in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat to manufacture soluble dietary fibres and silica with an investment of Rs 565 crore. The Rs 10,650 crore chemical major said that it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the government of Andhra Pradesh on January 27, to seal a Rs 270 crore investment plan wherein a state-of-the-art biotechnology unit will be set-up in Nellore district for the manufacturing of soluble dietary fibres with cutting-edge health benefits. Additionally, investments of Rs 295 ...

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