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Ellenbarrie Industrial Gases to invest Rs 250 cr in Andhra Pradesh plant

Thursday, 12 Aug 2021
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Ellenbarrie Industrial Gases, an integrated industrial and medical gases company, has re-acquired 51 percent stake for an undisclosed sum from Air Water Inc, a Japanese industrial gases conglomerate.

The company, which has witnessed a surge in demand for medical gases in the wake of the pandemic, is investing Rs 250 crore to set up 600 tpd capacity plant at Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh for producing oxygen, nitrogen and argon.

The Kurnool plant is expected to go on stream in H2/2022 and will cater to the company’s growing clientele in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka.

The company has retired all its borrowings and claims to be currently debt-free.

Its existing production facilities are located at Kalyani, Uluberia, Kharagpur and Panagarh in West Bengal; at Visakhapatnam in Telangana; and Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh.

Ellenbarrie Industrial Gases, which clocked a turnover of Rs 250 crore in FY21, is expecting to double its turnover to Rs 500 crore in the next two years.

Apart from oxygen, there has been a steady rise in demand for nitrogen from the pharmaceutical sector.

 
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