|Type||public company (BSE: 500032)|
|Headquarters||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Key people||Mr. Shishir Bajaj, Chairman & managing director, Mr. Kushagra Bajaj, Joint Managing Director of Bajaj Hindusthan|
|Revenue||50.08 billion (US$830 million) (2011)|
Bajaj Hindusthan Limited is a sugar producer in India, reportedly the largest in the country. It is a member of Bajaj Group. The company is headquartered in Mumbai, India. Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd is also known as BHL.
The site selected for the first plant was at Gola Gokarannath in district Lakhimpur Kheri in the Terai region of Uttar Pradesh (UP), an area rich in sugar cane. Another sugar plant with a cane crushing capacity of 1400 TCD was set up in 1972 at Palia Kalan, a large cane supplying centre at a distance of about 70 kilometres from Gola Gokarannath.
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