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Subsidiaries and JVs

Rallis India
Rallis is one of India’s leading agrochemicals companies, with a century-old tradition of servicing rural markets and a comprehensive portfolio of pesticides for Indian farmers. The company is known for its deep understanding of Indian agriculture, sustained relationships with farmers, quality agrochemicals, branding and marketing expertise and its strong product portfolio.

Rallis is also known for its manufacturing capabilities in crop protection chemicals and various types of chemistries, with the ability to develop new processes and formulations supported by the capability to register new products. It has contract manufacturing alliances with several multinational agrochemicals companies.

Indo Maroc Phosphore S.A. (IMACID)
IMACID was established in 1997 in Jorf Lasfar, El Jadida province of Morocco as a partnership between OCP, Morocco and Chambal Fertilizers and Chemicals, India with a share capital of MAD620 million to build a world-class facility for manufacture of phosphoric acid (which is used for production of DAP and NPK) at a capital cost of about MAD2 billion (US$227 million).

The 330,000 TPA phosphoric acid facility was commissioned in October 1999. In 2004, IMACID invested MAD220 million to debottleneck the capacity to 430,000 TPA, which was commissioned in 2006.

In 2005, Tata Chemicals came on board as an additional investor. This further helped placement of phosphoric acid product in the Indian market, with the production at IMACID being equally shared between the two Indian partners for supporting their DAP/NPK production facilities in India. Ever since its creation, IMACID ensures a continuous and reliable availability of phosphoric acid for the Indian market.