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Coromandel unveils nano fertiliser plant in Andhra

Coromandel unveils nano fertiliser plant in Andhra

Hyderabad: Coromandel International Ltd, an agri solutions provider, said it has commissioned nano fertiliser plant at its Kakinada complex in Andhra Pradesh. With this launch, the company said it is foraying into new generation fertilisers.

Coromandel has developed nano fertilisers such as nano DAP and nano urea through its in-house Research and Development centre at IIT Bombay-Monash Research Academy. The new plant is designed using energy-efficient technologies and has fully-automated production line including robotic arm for bottling operations, an official release from Coromandel said.

Sankarasubramanian S, Executive Director, Nutrient Business, Coromandel International Ltd, said: “The government’s push for Nano DAP marks a new era in Indian agriculture, where technology and sustainability go hand in hand. This innovative solution aligns with our goals of enhancing agricultural productivity and farm sustainability. We believe that Nano fertilizers will play a crucial role in shaping the future of Indian agriculture.”

On the new facility, he said, “It has a capacity to produce one crore bottles of Nano fertilisers per annum, and can be scaled up further. Moreover, the plant can produce multiple range of Nano fertilisers.” Coromandel’s Kakinada unit produces a range of NPK grades with annual capacity of 20 lakh MT of fertilisers.

The plant was inaugurated by Sankarasubramanian S, in the presence of the company’s senior leadership team and key channel partners from across the country. The company markets Nano fertilisers under the brand name, “Gromor Nano DAP,” and “Gromor Nano Urea”.

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