Birla Carbon Patalganga is part of industrial conglomerate – Aditya Birla Group and manufacturers Carbon Black under the brand name of Birla Carbon. Aditya Birla group is the largest manufacturer of Carbon Black in the world spanning across 17 manufacturing locations in 9 counteries and 5 continents.
Birla CARBON, Patalganga has been established in 2010 which comprises of approximately 65 acres of plant and administrative office area. The Company has carried out the operational and process development with guidance and consultation from its mother unit Birla CARBON, Renukoot, Gummidipoondi and other sister concerns like M/s Thai Carbon Black Public Co. Ltd., Thailand and M/s Alexandria Carbon Black Ltd., Egypt. Birla Carbon has accrued all its experience and expertise to make this plant one of the best plant in the world.
The Company specializes in manufacturing of Furnace Grade Carbon Black. The plant has a capacity upto 84,000 metric tons per annum.The Company started supplying Carbon Black to indigenous users which has been well accepted in the market. It exports Carbon Black to various countries all over the world.
Birla Carbon employs an innovative concept of total energy utilization and preventing any energy wastage occurring at any stage. Off gas generated during production are used as NON CONVENTIONAL SOURCE of energy. The Carbon Black manufacturing plant is associated with the state of art waste heat recovery power plant from which it produces electricity for self consumption and balance for the export to regional grid. It has a built in provision at design stage to achieve zero pollution.. This plant is equipped with latest and most sophisticated metering and process control devices like distributed control system.
Birla Carbon employs a well defined Management Systems based on requirement of ISO/TS 16949:2009, ISO 14001:2004, BS OHSAS 18001:2007 for dealing with its Quality, Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety system. Birla Carbon has always been an ideal corporate citizen fully conscious of Safety, Environment and Ecological Standards.