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Resil Chemicals to enter new international markets
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May '17
Courtesy: Resil Chemical
Courtesy: Resil Chemical
Resil Chemicals, a leading manufacturer of chemicals for industries, ranging from textiles to pharmaceuticals and agriculture, is planning to expand into new international markets in a phased manner. The company already exports to more than 10 countries and has ventured into market with products such as hand sanitisers, disinfectants and car care items. 
 
"The company has full-fledged sales operation in Bangladesh and has made inroads into Sri Lanka, Turkey, Philippines, UK and Thailand. We are now looking at growing worldwide with our innovative products," Resil Chemicals N9 Technologies managing director Vikram Rao told a news agency. 
 
"Using various technologies, we have successfully been able to make customised products for individual customers and niche applications. We are now looking at expanding in global market in a phased manner," Rao said. 
 
Resil began as a small manufacturing unit in 1994 with just five employees. It has now grown into a 300-plus member organisation with four internationally-certified manufacturing facilities with a capacity of 20,000 metric tonnes per year. 
 
"In the specialty chemical industry, collaboration is key. Ours has always been a collaborative approach - we work with top international silicone manufacturers and chemical majors to ensure we make differentiated products," Rao said, according to the news agency report. 
 
Resil pioneered silicones in textiles and has been the first to supply the full range of textile finishing and auxiliary chemicals, and manufacture customised silicones for textiles. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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