Asahi Modi Materials Pvt Ltd, Resin Coated Sand Manufacturing Plant & Process

| January 17, 2017

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Incorporated in November, 2012 .Asahi Organic Chemicals Industry Co. Ltd of Japan and Modi Rubber Limited of India have collaborated to form Asahi Modi Materials Private Limited (AMMPL), which is involved in the manufacturing of resin-coated sand/shell sand using high quality washed silica sand, artificial sand or cera-beads and solid phenolic resins for automotive and non-automotive original equipment manufacturers in the Indian and overseas market. Located in GIDC Jhagadia, Dist. Bharuch with a total area of 27000 sq m Built up area of 3000. Capacity of the Plant is to manufacture 4000 tons / month and is one of the largest manufacturer for Resin Coated Sand In India.

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