Tuticorin Alkali chemicals & fertilizers ltd

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About Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals

Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd, India is one of the major fertilizer producing plants in India. Its improvements in technology, better management, use of skilled personnel, along with superb motivational and coordination methods have led to its success.

The Fertilizer industry in India has emerged as one of the leading industries and one of the fastest growing one in the world. As Indian economy is based mainly on agricultural produce and so the fertilizer industry has a bright future. The competition for better products is an important factor for the industry to grow. Improved methods of manufacturing and reducing costs are the trends companies are following in this sector.

In the present scenario, like most of the companies in this sector the Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals and Fertilizer Limited is expecting a secured future.

Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals and Fertilizer Limited Products

  • Chlorine and alkalis
  • Fertilizer-grade ammonium chloride, refined sodium bicarbonate, chemical soda ash, potassium bromide, bio-pesticides, and agro-chemical pesticides
  • Urea - a non flammable chemical compound and fertilizer used for various uses in agriculture
  • Phosphate fertilizer materials - widely used for the manufacture of different fertilizers used in farming
  • Potash fertilizer materials - used for different fertilizers as a bulk blending ingredient
  • Ammonium Nitrate - an inorganic nitrate based fertilizer used for various kinds of agrarian use. It is widely used in India
  • Anhydrous Ammonia - an inorganic ammonia based fertilizer used for agriculture across India
  • NPK Fertilizer - nitrogen, phosphate, and potassium-based fertilizers
  • Phosphate TSP fertilizer
  • Weed killer chemicals
Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals and Fertilizer Limited has secured a good share in the total market of the fertilizers in India, especially in the rural sector.

Last Updated on July 6, 2015