Alkali Metals

Alkali Metals Limited was incorporated in 1968 by Late Dr. Y. V. S. S. Murty and currently his son Mr. Y. S. R. Venkata Rao is steering the growth of the company as its Managing Director. The company is successfully running towards its golden jubilee with a well-known brand name in chemical industry. The Company's strategic focus is to innovate, collaborate and accelerate the process of delivering products to the market for its customers. Today, it is well recognized as a 'Partner of Choice' by leading global pharma and Life Sciences companies.

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