Brilliant Polymers has commissioned a new 32 ton reactor at its manufacturing site in Ambernath, Maharashtra. The company is one of the India’s leading suppliers and exporters of laminating adhesives for flexible packaging and currently produces over 14,000 tons of adhesive per annum at its state of the art manufacturing facility.
The new reactor coupled with other infrastructure and optimization projects will increase capacity to 20,000 tons per year. “We intend to increase our market share in India and in exports markets; our investments in capacity underline our commitment to the flexible packaging industry. Despite strong headwinds on raw materials, with unprecedented price levels on key materials like TDI and MDI, we continue to grow and strengthen our presence in the market. With the new capacity coming online in February 2018 and with our strong promise of Technology, Quality and Service with every supply, we are confident of moving into a leading position in India” says Gaurav Talwar, managing director, Brilliant Polymers Pvt. Ltd.
With its innovative range of products, Brilliant has seen robust growth rates over the last five years. The company offers a complete range of solutions for the flexible packaging industry from standard performance to high performance applications. Its products are designed to provide unique properties and afford excellent levels of performance in terms of heat and chemical resistance, optical properties coupled with high initial tack and fast cure rates.
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