SHAKUMBHRI STRAW PRODUCTS LTD (SSPL) is The company is promoted by a reputed business family of Moradabad having enough experience in its field of activity. Since establishment in 1994, the company has gone long way. Presently the company has three different paper production lines with combined capacity of 97000 m.t. per annum. The company is involved in the manufacturing of Writing and Printing Papers, News Print Paper, High strength packaging papers used in quality packaging applications. SSPL, has strong position in the product segment of the industry and High Strength Kraft Liner Board produced by the company is in preferred demand with Corrugated industry. The products of the company are well accepted in the market and the customer base includes such global names as LG, SAMSUNG, HLL, MOSER BAER, SIEMENS, AUTO RICO, TALBROS, CASTROL, EVEREADY, PHILIPS, CARRIER AIRCON, RANBAXY to name a few. For News Print paper the clients includes the name like, TRIBUNE, DAINIK JAGRAN, AMAR UJALA, DAINIK BHASKAR, to name a few. The company is self sufficient in terms of power supply as the company has its own co-generation of 12mw to take care of plant requirement of Power. At the same time company is using extraction steam for paper drying requirement to save on account of steam cost. The co-generation plant is validated under VCS 2007 by TUV Nord-GmbH.
Promoters and Directors
All the four Promoters Directors namely Mr. Sunil Kr. Rastogi, Mr. Ravi Rastogi, Mr. Kapil Rastogi and Mrs. Anshu Gupta (W/O Late Sh. P.K. Gupta) belongs to a reputed business family of Moradabad. Their Father Late Sh. O.P. Rastogi and Uncle Late Sh. Ved Prakash Rastogi established several business in their time like “KHANDSARI (3 UNITS) & COLD STORAGE”. The first step towards industrialization was to establish an Induction Furnace in the year 1992-93, which was commissioned and operated for about 10 years before discontinuation of operations in 2001-02. Subsequently, after coming into Paper Venture in 1994, the business for Khandsari and Cold Storage was also discontinued gradually.
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