• 14 June 2007
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Rossari Biotech

Business: Production and marketing of industrial enzymes

Biotech Revenue: Rs 66 crore

CEO: Sunil Chari (Director)

Start-up Year: 1997

Address: 401, Omega Main St, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai – 400 076

Tel.: 91-22-2570 9200/01

Fax: 91-22-2570 9210

Website: www.rossari.com

Rossari Biotech India is an ISO 9001: 2000 company and manufacturer of enzymes for textile processing. It offers high concentrates and standard formulations, besides multizyme formulations for bioscouring, wool and silk processing and print washing. The company increased its biotech sales revenue during 2006-07 along with its total sales.

Its biotech revenue reached Rs 66 crore out of total of Rs 107 crore for the year 2006-07. For the year ending 2005-06, it had a total sales turnover of Rs 91 crore of which Rs 41.2 crore was from its biotech division against last year's revenue of Rs 33 crore (of the total sales of Rs 56 crore).

Rossari Biotech has set up an R & D center at Navi Mumbai to explore the potential for newer molecular and manufacturing new products as well as optimizing the processes. State of the art laboratory staffed with qualified technocrats fulfils the diverse requirement of a textile processing industry. Rossari's new concept in textile processing which includes Colitz, Gamakleen, EBS (Enzymatic bio-scouring) and new product range which includes Flameshield, Fragma, Hydrogard, Snocool and Fabshield further reflects its R&D efforts in developing the new products to meet customer's requirements. To meet the growing demand it also imports enzymes from the US and supplies the formulations to the Indian companies.

To meet the requirements of customers, Rossari offers total solutions through its wide range of textile auxiliaries and chemicals right from pretreatment to finishing stage. It has entered into technical collaborations with companies and has entered newer areas like feed, paper starch enzyme space.


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