Chemtech Foundation ‘Deserves Appreciation’ for Creating Platform to Facilitate Business Interactions & Strategic Alliances
Chemtech Foundation received an overwhelming support from the Governor of Tamil Nadu Dr K Rosaiah, who appreciated Chemtech’s initiative to organise ChemTECH South 2013 in Chennai. Extracts from the speech:

“India is one of the fastest growing countries at present and it has surely made rapid strides in various fields. There has been a remarkable growth in a number of industries, especially in chemical processing, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, refinery, shipping, power, infrastructure, etc.

However, there is a long way to go as the growth of Indian economy needs major thrust in the manufacturing sector to meet the growing domestic demand, which will give much required push to the growth of the allied sector.

During the mid-90’s the Southern region of the country was projected as the 2nd fastest growing region in India and attracted a lot of international attention. After a brief hiatus, this region is once again gearing up for promising growth with the announcement of a PCPIR in Cuddalore, and expansion plans for existing refineries like CPCL in Chennai, MRPL in Mangalore, HPCL’s refinery in Vizag and BPCL’s Kochi refinery, which will offer ample opportunities to the allied service sectors and open multitude of avenues for the downstream manufacturing segments.

Chemtech’s exhibitions have always served as a unique platform by bringing chemical manufacturing & processing, technology providers, equipment manufacturers & suppliers, engineering procurement & construction players, industrial automation companies, water treatment and related infrastructure service providers to exhibit latest products and technologies under single roof.”