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RIL new PFY plant amongst globally low cost sites
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Apr '14
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) commissioned its new Polyester Filament Yarn (PFY) facility at Silvassa.

The entire production from this facility has been successfully placed in the domestic and international markets.

With the commissioning of this ultra-modern Polyester Filament Yarn Facility, Reliance’s total PFY capacity, including the Malaysian facilities, is in excess of 1.5 MMTPA.

This expansion further strengthens RIL’s position as the world’s largest producer of Polyester Fibre and Yarn.

The new PFY plant at Silvassa is the most automated and one of the highly environment-friendly plants globally. It is co-located with RIL's existing texturizing facility at Silvassa, eliminating the packaging and logistics costs.

This, coupled with integration with PTA, will make the Silvassa facility amongst the lowest cost Polyester Filament Yarn producing sites globally.

Reliance Industries Limited

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