From Sugar to Renewable Power - We’re Constantly Evolving!
- Since 1933, we have established ourselves as a key player in India’s organised sugar business with a crushing capacity of 23,500 tonnes per day.
- We have expanded our portfolio into segments like green power, ethanol, alcohol and industrial chemicalsa
- Extensive and constant R&D efforts have helped us make our commodities affordable and accessible for the community.
- We are one of the oldest integrated sugar companies in India. Currently, we have two production facilities in Uttar Pradesh - Dhampur and Rajpura - with an aggregate manufacturing capacity of 23,500 TCD.
- Our distillery has a capacity of 2,50,000 litres a day, with 130 KLPD under implementation, and our power segment generates 121 megawatts
The Leadership that began with a Vision
Lala Ram Narain ji
[1880 – 1943]
Shri Murli Manohar ji
[1916 – 1964]
The Evolution of our Business Model
- We established our business in 1933 when we had a high-dependency on sugar as a commodity.
- Our learnings from our experience and knowledge helped us build a profitable tomorrow. Today, we have a liability-light investment in sugar operations.
- Our integrated energy conglomerate offers an ideal business combination in several segments, including sugar, chemicals, ethanol, and green power.
- We gradually expanded our focus on distillery and cogeneration that were earlier treated as by-products.
- We have also transitioned from sugar to produce ethanol, industrial chemicals, and green power.
- Our journey is made easier by upholding core values including constant innovation, humanity for all members and trust in every process.
Sugar mill established at Dhampur
Distillery in Dhampur with 100 KLPD
Increased Dhampur distillery capacity to 140 KLPD
Raised USD53.7 Million through GDR
Installed multi-fuel high pressure boilers (105 kg/cm2) at Dhampur and the Greenfield sugar unit at Rajpura (7500TCD). Installed co-generation plants - Dhampur (65 MW) and Rajpura (12 MW)
Expanded sugar crushing capacities - Dhampur to 15,000 TCD. Increased Dhampur distillery capacity to 170 KLPD
Installed bagasse dryers at Dhampur
Increased Dhampur distillery capacity to 200 KLPD
Expanded Rajpura sugar crushing capacity to 8500 TCD. Cogeneration plant at Rajpura (48 MW)
Commissioned spent wash fire boilers.
Commissioned an incinerator slop boiler with 11.5 MW turbine (zero liquid discharge compliant distilleries)
Embarked on the production of country liquor and hand sanitizers