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Central India Polyesters Ltd was incorporated in 1986 as DCL Polyester Ltd. It entered into a technical collaboration with EMS Inventa AG of Switzerland to manufacture PFY. In 1992, the company entered into an agreement with National Chemical Laboratory to improve its plant operations. In 1995, Deccan Polypacks Ltd was merged with the company. In 2002, the company acquired its present name.
The company manufactures and markets PFY, fully drawn yarn and polyester
The company manufactures and markets PFY, fully drawn yarn and polyester chips and undertakes toll manufacturing. The company has a combined total installed capacity of 31,500 MTPA at its plant at Dahali, Maharashtra.
In the year 1990, the company obtained the approval of Government to enhance the manufacturing capacity of polyester filament yarn from 15,000 tonnes to 25,000 tonnes per year. The company had undertaken to expand the existing spinning capacity by 12,000 TPA by addition of 4 spinning lines.
In the year 1994, the company has been awarded ISO 9002 certificate from Bureau Veritas Quality International Ltd., UK (BVQs).