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Global Manufacturing Plants

Kiran Global Silica SA, which started with the manufacture of a single product Sodium Silicate for making detergents has increased manufacturing quantities multifold through several manufacturing units. The industrial usage in various applications has also widened. The 3,00,000 tonnes mark has been touched to become the largest manufacturer of Sodium Silicate in India and through the network of 32 manufacturing units spread across India and UAE, Qatar, Egypt, South Africa, Malaysia.
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The Trading Divisions - Silica SA

The trading division has started in November 2014, importing a variety of different products from all over the world. Our main point of sourcing product is from China. We have a dedicated colleague that is based in China to ensure that every shipment of our products are of the quality that is expected by our customers. Kiran Global Silica SA (Pty) Ltd imports the chemicals to supply to the South African local market ensuring service delivery, quality of products and competitive prices in the market.

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Exports - To African Countries

The Quality products manufactured by Kiran Global Silica SA , are exported to several countries in the world besides catering to the domestic market. Technically trained personnel to ensure that only quality products are supplied to the customer.

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In-House Engineering

The company has a dedicated in-house engineering team for fabrication and erection of plants & machineries.

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Quality Initiatives

The MS Jain Group has earned the status of a leader in the industry because of strict adherence to quality policies. The State-of-theart facilities along coastal towns aid easy access to ports. Every unit is complete with laboratory facilities and equipped with warehouses, administrative machinery, quality.

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Kiran Global Chems Limited is accredited by ISO 9001:2000 and as well accredited by the 'REACH" legislation.