Distribution Business in Chemical Industry

March 27, 2019

Indian chemical industry is one of the long-established sectors of the country, which has played an essential role in the country’s economic development. This sector is a part of one of the crucial goods industry and serves as a critical input for industrial and agricultural development. In the field of industrial and agricultural development in India, the chemical industry has given an immense contribution. It is one of the oldest industries in India with most diversified segments that includes basic chemicals and its products such as petrochemicals, gases, paints, fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, dyes, etc. Petrochemicals, synthetic fibers, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, and pesticides constitute over 85% of the market. The rest 15% comprises a wide range of chemical intermediate and industrial or specialty chemicals which have a market of over Rs 230 billion (counting imports of about Rs 15 billion).

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Fuchs Lubricants Co.

Founded in 1931, the FUCHS GROUP has grown to become the largest independent manufacturer of specialty lubricants in the world. Recognized internationally for its innovative lubricants &industry related specialty products, Fuchs has a global reach with manufacturing facilities in over 40 countries. FUCHS Lubricants Co., the US operating unit of the Fuchs Group, provides high quality lubricants to a wide range of industry. From underground mines to makers of complex metal components including automotive, appliance &aerospace manufacturers, Fuchs has products to meet the specialized needs of our customers. Fuchs is constantly developing new products to meet the ever changing demands of modern industry. Improved productivity, reduced cost, improved worker safety, & reduced environmental impact are just a few of the benefits Fuchs products provide.

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Founded in 1931, the FUCHS GROUP has grown to become the largest independent manufacturer of specialty lubricants in the world. Recognized internationally for its innovative lubricants &industry related specialty products, Fuchs has a global reach with manufacturing facilities in over 40 countries. FUCHS Lubricants Co., the US operating unit of the Fuchs Group, provides high quality lubricants to a wide range of industry. From underground mines to makers of complex metal components including automotive, appliance &aerospace manufacturers, Fuchs has products to meet the specialized needs of our customers. Fuchs is constantly developing new products to meet the ever changing demands of modern industry. Improved productivity, reduced cost, improved worker safety, & reduced environmental impact are just a few of the benefits Fuchs products provide.

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