Koramangala, IIIrd Block,
Bangalore -560 034, India.
Telephone :: +91-80-25523119, 25520831, 25530831, 25531752, 25535374
Mangalore Fertilizers And Chemicals Ltd.
10/2, Kasturba Road,
Bangalore – 560 001.
Factory: Panambur, Mangalore – 575010.
Objectives And Activities: Manufacture of fertilizer and chemical etc.for agricultural and other industries.The products manufactured are ammonia, urea , di-ammonium phosphate and ammonium bi-carbonate.
Mysore Acetate And Chemical Co. Ltd.
Sri Jayachamaraja Wadiyar Road,
Bangalore – 560 002.
Tel: +91-80-22211999, 22211360, 22211462
Works: Acetate Town, Sathnur Farm,
Mandya – 571404.
Phone: 20134, 20261, 20524.
Objectives And Activities: Manufacture of cellulose tri acetate, secondary acetate, moulding components, plasticizers, acetic acid, acetic anhydride and all kinds of materials used in the film, plastic and rayon industries and all kinds of chemicals and alkalies with their derivatives and by-products
Mysore Petro Chemicals Ltd.
Regd.Office: D/4, Jyothi Complex,
134/1, Infantry Road,
Bangalore – 560 001.
Phone: +91-80-2286 8372
Fa: +91-80-2286 8778
Phthalic Anhydride Plant, Near Chicksugar Railway Plant,
Malic Anhydride Plant T2, MIDC Industrial Area,
Synthetic Diamond Division,
Shed #1102, 1103,
GIDC Panoli, District Bharuch, Gujarat.
Objectives And Activities: Manufacture of phthalic anhydride and plasticizers.
Technical Collaboration : The company entered into an agreement with M/s Chemische Fabrik Von-Heyden GmbH, Germany(Heyden) for the supply of know-how and catalyst for the manufacture of phthalic anhydride.
- Karnataka: Proposal for Petrochem Complex clearedKarnataka Cabinet today cleared the proposal to construct a Petro Chemical Complex near Mangalore involving an investment of Rs 3590 crore to create a job potential for over one million people.
Briefing newspersons after the cabinet meeting, Primary and Secondary Education Minister Basavaraj S Horatti said the project, to be completed by 2026, was expected to come up in a 300 kilometer radius in dry land and less populated area.
- Big petrochem project cleared for MangaloreA meeting of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation is learnt to have cleared the first phase of the mega petrochemicals project to be commissioned in Mangalore. Chief Minister H D Kumaaraswamy had a luncheon meeting with officials of the ONGC and the Union ministry of petrochemicals in Bangalore on Saturday afternoon. Later he told reporters that “the project is on the right track.” The ONGC had expressed confidence that Mangalore would soon become a petrochemicals hub of India.