Nimir Industrial Chemicals is Investing Rs 2 Billion for Expansion

Nimir Industrial Chemicals Limited has approved a capital investment of Rs 2 billion for the expansion of its caustic soda plant, power generation and soap finishing plant.

In a notification sent to the bourse (PSX), NICL announced that its board of directors in its meeting held on 25th September gave approval for a capital investment of Rs2 billion for the expansion of caustic soda plant, soap finishing plant and power generation.

It is a subsidiary of Nimir Resouces (Pvt.) limited which holds 56.7 percent of its total shares. Nimir Holdings (Private) Limited, Nimir Management (Private) Limited, and Nimir Resins Limited (formerly Descon Chemicals Limited) are its subsidiaries. Nimir Resins was bought in 2016.

Nimir’s production capacity has increased in recent years. Investments in various alternate fuel-based energy solutions have allowed it to become self-reliant in its energy requirement which drove the increased capacity utilization.

Nimir Industrial Chemicals Limited manufactures and sells industrial chemical products in Pakistan. The company operates through two segments, oleo chemicals and chlor-alkali; and coating emulsion and resins.

NICL’s script at the bourse was trading at Rs61, up by Rs0.31 with a turnover of 500 shares.