Asian Paints Doubles Mysuru Plant Capacity with Rs 13.50 Bn Investment
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Asian Paints Doubles Mysuru Plant Capacity with Rs 13.50 Bn Investment

Asian Paints has announced a significant expansion of its Mysuru plant, doubling its production capacity with an investment of Rs 13.50 billion. This strategic move aims to meet the rising demand for paints and coatings in India, driven by robust growth in the housing and infrastructure sectors.

The expansion project at the Mysuru plant will increase its annual production capacity from 300,000 kiloliters to 600,000 kiloliters. This enhancement is part of Asian Paints' broader strategy to strengthen its manufacturing capabilities and maintain its leadership position in the Indian paint industry.

The company has implemented advanced technologies and automation to ensure efficient and sustainable operations at the expanded facility. The upgraded plant will produce a wide range of paints and coatings, catering to diverse customer needs across residential, commercial, and industrial segments.

The investment in the Mysuru plant aligns with Asian Paints' commitment to supporting the Make in India initiative and contributing to the country's economic growth. By doubling its production capacity, the company aims to reduce supply chain bottlenecks and ensure timely delivery of products to its customers.

Asian Paints has announced a significant expansion of its Mysuru plant, doubling its production capacity with an investment of Rs 13.50 billion. This strategic move aims to meet the rising demand for paints and coatings in India, driven by robust growth in the housing and infrastructure sectors. The expansion project at the Mysuru plant will increase its annual production capacity from 300,000 kiloliters to 600,000 kiloliters. This enhancement is part of Asian Paints' broader strategy to strengthen its manufacturing capabilities and maintain its leadership position in the Indian paint industry. The company has implemented advanced technologies and automation to ensure efficient and sustainable operations at the expanded facility. The upgraded plant will produce a wide range of paints and coatings, catering to diverse customer needs across residential, commercial, and industrial segments. The investment in the Mysuru plant aligns with Asian Paints' commitment to supporting the Make in India initiative and contributing to the country's economic growth. By doubling its production capacity, the company aims to reduce supply chain bottlenecks and ensure timely delivery of products to its customers.

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