The 5-year analysis of De Nora India Ltd's performance infers:
We analysed the performance of De Nora India Ltd share prices over the last 10 years. Here is what we found out:
De Nora India Limited is a Public Limited Company with 51% equity held by De Nora. The Company is a subsidiary of the De Nora and has brought to India the latest technologies with the complete support of De Nora's technical expertise and management. The company is headed by S. C. Jain, Managing Director, who leads a team of professionals with vast experience.
In keeping with the philosophy of the De Nora, De Nora India Limited provides its valuable customers, not only a superior product,
In keeping with the philosophy of the De Nora, De Nora India Limited provides its valuable customers, not only a superior product, but also technical assistance, in installation and operation of their electrodes, for both, new and retrofitted cells of different technologies, through out their operating life.
With his factory in Goa with state-of-the-art facilities, De Nora India meet the demands of the rapidly developing Chlor-alkali industry. This factory also provides us access to the Goa port facilities for our future export commitments.
This service is provided through a team of specialists, a centralized data bank and access to the vast technology resources of De Nora. It is our firm opinion, that De Nora India's strength lies in Its technical expertise backed by its well trained team of specialists. Of course, there is the additional benefit of the direct technical support of De Noraâ€™s highly trained engineering staff, ready to discuss the needs of any prospective client, to define the best optimized solution.
Product range of the company includes:
Chlor-Alkali which makes a full range of products and systems for chlorine and alkali, and sodium and potassium chlorate commodity chemical producers.
Oxygen & Specialties designs, develops and manufactures electrodes, anode coatings and systems for several electrochemical applications
DNI Products - Electrochlorination Systems