Tata Chemicals starts $100-mn soda ash unit in Kenya

Date: 16 November 2011
Source: http://businesstoday.intoday.in
India's Tata Chemicals has opened a $100 million soda ash plant here that enhances the capacity of its Kenyan subsidiary and places this East African nation on the global map for the production of this multi-utility commodity.

Tata Chemicals Magadi is now gearing up to boost its production capacity of soda ash - a key material in glass-making - to 1 million metric tonnes over the next three years, a company press release said, while celebrating the opening of the unit Thursday.

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