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Numaligarh Refinery Limited's first consignment containing 20 metric tonnes of Fully Refinery Paraffin Wax(FRPW) has been flagged off to Bangladesh. After Nepal, Kenya and Mexico, NRL Wax is now on its way to Bangladesh and the first consignment was flagged off yesterday, an NRL release said here today. There is good demand of wax in Bangladesh in candle making, cosmetics and tyre making industry . High quality of NRL wax has evinced interest from several other countries like Mozambique and USA, making NRL Wax a brand to be reckoned with worldwide, the release said. NRL is now eyeing markets in Latin America, South Africa and neighbouring countries for export of wax. The consignment was flagged off by NRL's Director Finance S K Barua and other senior officials of the refinery, while the Bangladesh importer Abdul Jalil was also present on the occasion, the release said. NRL commenced sale of Paraffin Wax in domestic market as well as exports since commissioning of its Wax plant, the largest single unit producing Wax in the country in 2015.
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