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5. Nov 2021 | Markets & Companies

IMCD India expands its laboratories capabilities

To further extend its capabilities and enhance its offerings and scope across India, IMCD has announced the opening of its new office in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The new set-up offers coatings as well as construction laboratories.
IMCD is expanding its footprint in India. 
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The laboratory activities will be focused on providing comprehensive solutions and developing local guideline formulations in-line with current market trends.

"There is significant potential growth opportunity in India for the Coatings & Construction segment", said Amit Hirani, Managing Director, IMCD India. "Through these laboratories, we will address formulation challenges, run test programmes, assist key development projects, and host onsite training and workshops for our existing customers and suppliers, and for prospects across India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka & Middle East", continues Amit Hirani.

30 employees

IMCD started its India operations in 2008 as a distribution company with focus on key large clients. Headquartered in Mumbai, IMCD India, has offices in Vadodara, Kolkata, Chennai, and Noida, with an employee strength of ~190. This new office in Noida has the capability of accommodating 30 employees and will offer technical expertise across the northern belt of India.

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