A national player, one of the largest producers of synthetic iron oxide pigments in India. Tata Pigments Ltd enjoys the special privilege of having the license of “Bureau of Indian Standards”.....It occupies a coveted place among the manufacturers of paints, building materials, plastic, rubber goods, paper and ink.
Formed way back in 1927, Tata Pigments Ltd has steadily progressed, introducing new products and facilities, and upgrading its processes to more modern and technically savvy methods and machineries. Evolving continuously, TPL presently sports a state-of-the-art plant in the country. The Company adopted the direct Red Precipitation-cum-Hydrolysis process for the manufacture of synthetic Red Iron Oxide pigments and also upgraded the seed-making technology for yellow iron oxide pigment, ensuring a pollution-free environment.
The technology was obtained from USA. Like a true Tata Enterprise, TPL in the conduct of its business affairs, complies with regulations on preservation of environment, ascertaining an eco-friendly balance in its vicinity. TPL’s product, the “TATA RED” brand- synthetic red iron oxide suited for floor application, is not only a leader in floor colour segment, but is also synonymous with quality. To compliment the wide spectrum of colours, the Company also introduced Tata Black, Tata Yellow, Tata Green, Tata Blue and Tata Pink. It may be worth mentioning TPL is now an international player.
TPL widened its scope of product range, and to further substantiate its area of business, “Cemplus from Tata Pigments”, dry cement paint in 1994, water-based emulsion paint, Ecoplus in 2003, which is an exterior paint in 14 shades, “Ecoplus”, acrylic distempers in 18 shades in 2004 completed the range of materials required for adorning a building were launched. Started 78 years ago, Tata Pigments Ltd has traversed a long distance to attain the position of the largest producer of synthetic iron oxide pigments of India that it now enjoys.
TPL got a major breakthrough, when it signed an agreement for technology transfer for the manufacture of “Cemplus” and “Ecoplus” in Bangladesh. The plant for this has already been commissioned at Jessore on 3rd October 2005.