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Grasim to expand the capacity of Birla Cellulosic VSF Plant

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Mar '08
Grasim Industries Ltd has informed that further to commission of Line Four at its Birla Cellulosic Viscose Staple Fibre (VSP) Plant at Kharach (Gujarat), the Unit has now commissioned Line Three at the same location having annual VSF Capacity of 31,940 MT per annum.

With the above expansion of capacity, the total VSF capacity at Company's Birla Cellulosic Unit at Kharach, is 1,27,750 MT per annum.

The Company's total VSF capacity post above expansion is 3,33,975 MT per annum.

Grasim Industries Ltd


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