Cochin Minerals and Rutile Limited

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Cochin Minerals and Rutile Limited (CMRL)
Public (BSE513353)
Industry Chemicals
Founded 18 August 1989[1]
Headquarters Edayar Industrial Development Area, Aluva, Kochi, India
Key people

R.K. Garg, Chairman . Dr.S.N. Sasidharan Kartha, MD

Products Beneficiated Ilmenite (Synthetic Rutile), Ferric Chloride, Ferrous Chloride, Cemox
Revenue Increase1,129 million (US$17 million) (2009-2010)
Increase15.32 crore (US$2.3 million) (2009-2010)
Increase5.89 crore (US$880,000) (2009-2010)
Total assets 601 million (US$8.9 million) (2009-2010)[3]
Total equity 78.3 million (US$1.2 million) (2009-2010)

Cochin Minerals and Rutile Limited (CMRL) (BSE513353) is a publicly listed company chemicals company based in Aluva, Kerala, India. The company was founded in 1989 by Dr.S.N. Sasidharan Kartha and Mathew M. Cherian with assistance from the Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC).[4] The company is the only listed Indian entity in the synthetic rutile space.[5]

Plant location[edit]

  • Aluva (Kerala) - The plant is located at Edayar Industrial Development Area, which is about 15 kilometers from the Cochin Port and 100 kilometers from the Ilmenite deposits. The company started production with a capacity of 10000 TPA of Synthetic Rutile and 12500 TPA of Ferric Chloride. Subsequent, the company enhanced its production capacity of Synthetic Rutile to 45000 TPA, Ferric Chloride to 24000 TPA, Ferrous Chloride to 72000 TPA and Cemox to 18000 TPA.[6]

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