DSCL Kota



Kota, the sprawling city sited on the eastern banks of the Chambal River is a living testimony of the courage and valor of the Rajputs. One of Rajasthan's bustling industrial cities, Kota represents a magnificent amalgam of the grandeur of majestic forts and palaces as well as urban industrial conglomerates like the DSCL, Kota.

DCM Shriram Consolidated Ltd, popularly identified by the acronym, DSCL, Kota is one of the vanguards of the country's production of urea. DSCL opened doors in the year 1969 and from then on there was no looking back for the company. The company has marked tremendous profit that has established its firm position in the field of fertilizers and chemicals. Already an ISO 9001 company, the excellent quality control procedures have resulted in the company being nominated for the elite ISO 14001 status, exclusively for fertilizers and power plants. With an eye to quality, DCSl has adopted SAP-R3 practices for its commercial work and also adheres to the regulations of Total Quality Management (TQM).

DSCL is one of the leading manufacturers of Urea, Ammonia, Calcium Carbide, PVC and PVC compounds, caustic soda, bleaching powder, chlorine, cement, poly vinyl compounds (PVC) as well as pesticides, insecticides, seeds, mixtures, DAP, SSP, etc. The plant currently has a net capacity utilization ratio of 96%.

Mr. Mantosh Sondhi currently heads the board of DSCL, Kota with the designation of its esteemed Chairman while MR. Ajay S. Shriram and Mr. Sovan Chakravorty function as the Senior Managing Director and Senior Vice President, respectively.

For further information on DSCL, Kota, contact:
  • Shriram Fertilisers & Chemicals
    Shriram Nagar,
    Kota-324 004 (Rajasthan ) India.
    Phone No: +91-11-23316801
    Fax No.: +91-11-23318261, 23318072


Last Updated on 07 December 2011



     


     

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