Coramandel Fertilizers LTD, Visakhapatnam



An important part of the Visakhapatnam economy, the Coramandel Fertilizers LTD, Visakhapatnam is a leading fertilizers producing industry of the city and state. In fact, Coramandel Fertilizers Limited of Vizag is among the premier fertilizer producing companies of the country.

The Coramandel Fertilizers Limited or CFL started its journey in 1964. Organizations like Chevron Chemical Company, International Minerals and EID Parry joined CFL in this venture. The main objectives with which the CFL was established were:

  • To build and maintain a cost effective and modern plant
  • To build and maintain an environment friendly and energy efficient production unit

    Located very close to the Vizag Port, CFL manufactures products like NPK and Urea Ammonium Phosphate. The products are branded under the name of Gromor and sold in the market. The esteemed organization has provided employment to hundreds of people of the area.



    Last Updated on: 7/05/2013

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