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Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited, Indias leading speciality chemicals producer, announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art headquarters at Reliable Tech Park in Airoli, Navi Mumbai. The inauguration of this facility is in line with the Companys plan for increased growth through greater focus on innovation and profitable growth.
The new office reinforces Clariants commitment to growth through focus on technology and greater efficiency. It will allow the Company to expand its capacity, generate value and greater service satisfaction to its customers. The new headquarters have been designed to act as a catalyst for the envisioned growth of the Companys operations in India.
Dr. Hariolf Kottmann, CEO, Clariant International Limited, commented at the inauguration saying, The future of Clariant is in Asia and India is a key market for Clariant globally. I am excited to open a new chapter for Clariant in the country with the new HQ in Navi Mumbai. The new office will afford us the opportunity to broaden our customer base, deliver innovative solutions and create value that will benefit all our stakeholders. We intend to improve our market presence and generate additional growth through a sustained thrust on innovation.
2014 is a year of transformation for Clariant in India. As we continue to grow, it is important that our facilities reflect and act as enablers for our commitment to innovation and fleet-footed customer services. It will be our endeavour to utilize this facility to its full potential and drive Clariant into a new era of prosperity and success, said Dr. Deepak Parikh, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, Clariant Chemicals (India) Limited.
The new facility covers a total area of 140,000 sq feet will eventually house around 400 employees across the various service functions and the businesses of Pigments, Additives, Industrial & Consumer Specialties, Masterbatches, and also their technical service teams.
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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