Atul Ltd

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Atul is a diversified Indian company (a part of Lalbhai Group, one of the oldest business houses of India with a legacy of conducting business with a larger purpose) meeting the needs of varied industries such as Adhesives, Agriculture, Animal Feed, Automobile, Composites, Construction, Cosmetic, Defence, Dyestuff, Electrical and Electronics, Flavour, Food, Footwear, Fragrance, Glass, Home Care, Horticulture, Hospitality, Paint and Coatings, Paper, Personal Care, Pharmaceutical, Plastic, Polymer, Rubber, Soap and Detergent, Sports and Leisure, Textile, Tyre and Wind Energy across the world. We manage complex chemical processes in a responsible way. The Company was founded by an enterprising leader, Shri Kasturbhai Lalbhai on September 15, 1947, exactly a month after India attained independence. It is the first private-sector Company of India to be inaugurated by the country's first Prime Minister, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru. Spread across 1,250 acres, Atul is one of the largest and greenest chemical complexes of its kind in the world. It operates through seven sub-segments (interchangeably called Businesses), namely Aromatics, Bulk Chemicals and Intermediates, Colors, Crop Protection, Floras, Pharmaceuticals and Polymers.

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