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IOL Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals

Limited

Geographical Location Map


Barnala

Mile Stones Crossed


1986 IOLCP Established
1991 Commenced Acetic Acid Production
1996 Commissioned Ethyl Acetate Plant
1999 Commenced Acetic Anhydride Production
2000 Commissioned Ibuprofen Plant
2006 Commissioned Power Cogeneration

Product Range

Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients


Ibuprofen
Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) (Proposed)
Chemical Products
Acetic Acid
Ethyl Acetate
Acetic Anhydride
MCA & Acetyl Chloride
IBB

Capacity ( TPA )

Capacity By Product

Acetic
Acid

Ethyl
Acetate

Acetic
Anhydride

Ibuprofen

Products

Revenues

USD 20 mln

USD 36 mln

USD 48 mln

Years

USD 75 mln

USD 70 mln

Operating Profit

USD 1.8 mln

USD 3.8mln

USD 3.9 mln

Years

USD 7.7 mln

USD 7.2 mln

Net Profit After Tax

USD 0.53 mln

USD 1.51 mln

USD 1.57 mln

Years

USD 2.57 mln

USD 2.64 mln

Revenue Distribution By
Product (%)

Products

Export Sales

USD 0.41 mln

USD 2.70mln

USD 4.79 min

Years

USD 10.4 min

USD 9.16mln

GROWTH - Projects Under


Implementation
Recently increased Ibuprofen capacity from 1800 TPA
to 3600 TPA .
Currently implementing projects for Capacity
Expansions, Forward & Backward Integration & Power
Cogeneration, involving a capital expenditure of Rs
256 Crores (approx USD 53.3 million).
Commencing a new project for the production of
PPIs i.e. Rabiprazole, Omeprazole, Pantoprazole
Esomeprazole and Lansoprazole in Jan 2010 at a cost
of Rs 100 Crores ( approx USD 20.83 million).

Under Implementation Projects Contd


Expected
Completion
Date

UOM

Existing
Capacities

Proposed
Capacities

Acetic Acid

TPA

50000

75000

Nov,2009

Acetic Anhydride

TPA

12000

18000

Nov,2009

Ethyl Acetate

TPA

33000

36000

Nov,2009

Ibuprofen

TPA

3600

6000

Dec., 2009

Cogeneration

MW

17

Nov,2009

Iso Butyl Benzene


(Used as RM For Ibuprofen)

TPA

6600

Nov,2009

TPA

7200

Nov,2009

End use in Ibuprofen

TPA

5200

PPIs

TPA

480

Product
Capacity Enhancement

Backward Integration

Forward Integration
Monochloroacetic Acid
Acetyl Chloride
Acetic Anhydride as RM

Nov,2009

Upcoming Projects
March , 2011

Co-generation
Expanding captive power cogeneration
capacity to 17 MW, from 4 MW currently

Present captive energy generation include


Steam and Power Generation

Monochloroacetic Acid &


Acetyl Chloride
Process Flow
Acetic Anhydride
Acetic Acid

HCl

Acetic Acid

Chlorine Gas

(By Product)

HCl

(By Product)

Acetyl Chloride

MCA

Uses of Iso-Butyl Benzene


IBB PLANT

IBB

SPENT GAS

HIGH
HYDRO
CARBON

THERMO
CAPTIVE MARKET ACETIC THERMO
CO- ACETIC
CONSUMP
PACK
ANHY
PACK
TION
GEN ANHY
DRIDE
DRIDE

LOW
HYDRO
CARBON

POTASIUM
CARBONATE

CO- MARKET ACETIC THE MARKET REUSE


END
IN IBB
ANHY
GEN
PACK
PROCE
DRIDE
SS

Projected Capacity Fiscal Year


2011-12
UOM

Then
Capacities

Potential
Capacities

Acetic Anhydride

TPA

18000

33000

Ethyl Acetate

TPA

36000

50000

Ibuprofen

TPA

6000

8000

Iso Butyl Benzene

TPA

6600

10000

Monochloroacetic Acid

TPA

7200

10000

Acetyl chloride

TPA

5200

8000

Product

Capacity Enhancement

ALL OF THESE PROJECTS WILL HAVE TO BE FINANCED FROM


INTERNAL ACCRUALS AND TERM DEBT WITHOUT FURTHER DILUTION
IN EQUITY. THIS WILL RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT GROWTH IN
PROFITABILITY AND EARNINGS PER SHARE

Global

Market Presence

The various international markets catered till date include:


1.BANGLADESH

15.IRAN

29.SPAIN

43.ITALY

2.EGYPT

16.VEITNAM

30.PHILIPPINES

44.MAURITIUS

3.UGANDA

17.KUWAIT

31.CHILE

45.CHILE

4.SYRIA

18.GERMAN

32.ZIMBABWE

46.TAIWAN

5.AUSTRALIA

19.COLOMBIA

33.URUGUAY

47.TASMANIA

6.DUBAI

20.SINGAPORE

34.GHANA

48.OMAN

7.PAKISTAN

21.HONG KONG

35.TURKEY

49.COLOMBIA

8.THAILAND

22.MALAWI

36.CHINA

50.SOUTH AMERICA

9.MALAYSIA

23.BRAZIL

37.CONGO

51.YEMEN

10.BOLIVIA

24.SOUTH KOREA

38.SUDAN

11.MEXICO

25.PERU

39.NIGERIA

12.VENEZUELA

26.GUATEMALA

40.KENYA

13.ALGERIA

27.NEPAL

41.NEW ZEALAND

14.LATAVIA

28.DENMARK

42.SRI LANKA

Our Products - Our


Pride

Ibuprofen
Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drug (NSAID)
Reduces Hormones Causing Inflammation & Pain in Body
Usage in Treatment of Variety of Ailments
Grades Available :
- IP / BP /USP / EP /JP
- Micronized
- Dexibuprofen
- DC ( Directly compressible )

Applications & End Usage - Ibuprofen


Application

Pharma Industry as an
NSAID ( Non- steroidal Anti inflammatory Drug )

End Use

User

Inflammation

Aristo Pharmaceuticals
Ltd

Acute / Chronic Pains

Sri Krishna
Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Rheumatoid Pain

Tablets India Limited

Primary Dysmenorrhea

Indoco Remedies Limited

Post Operative Pain

Fourrts Lab Limited

Fever

Strides Arcolabs ltd

Indian Scenario - Ibuprofen

Global Production
Ibuprofen

Ibuprofen Production Capacities IOLCP

Ibuprofen - Market Share


Domestic Market

Indian Market
8000 MT per Annum

Global Market

Global Market
25,000 MT per Annum

Acetic Acid
Acetic Acid or Ethanoic Acid Commonly Known as Vinegar
Sour Taste & Pungent Smell
Widely used as Chemical Reagent & Industrial Chemical
Derivatives application almost in all fields

Applications & End Usage


Acetic Acid

Application

End use

User

As in preparation of
Pharmaceuticals

Eg. In the preparation of


Sulphamethoxazole, Chloroquin,
Metronidazole etc.

IPCA, CADILA ,SR Drugs &


Intermediates Ltd,Avon
Organics Ltd

As in Polyester Staple
Fiber industries

In making Purified telepthalic


acid (PTA)

Reliance , Indian Oil ,


Mitsubishi Chemical
Corporation

As Acidulant &
Preservative

Eg: Vinegar, Jams, Pickles,


Ketchups etc

Cremica , Nestle ,Bonn


industries ltd,

As in preparation of
Acetates

As a Chemical synthesize
solvent

Eg. Cellulose acetate, Ethyl


Acetate, Zinc acetate, Amyl
acetate etc

For e.g. Monochloroacetic acid


(MCA) *, Vinyl Acetate Monomer
(VAM)

IOLCP, Ester India ltd,


Shatabdi Chem. Pvt Ltd,
Kashyap Organics Ltd
Farmson, Swati, Reliance
Cellulose products
Ltd,S.R.Drugs and
Intermediates (P) Ltd,Sree
Rayalaseema Hi-Strength
Hypo Ltd,Karnavati Chemical

*IOLCP is Entering into the Manufacturing of MCA with the Capacity of 7200
TPA.

Applications & End UsageAcetic Acid

Application

End use

User

As an intermediate in
Pesticides

Eg. Chlorpyriphos, Acephate

Aimco Pesticides Ltd,Bharat


Rasayan Ltd,Meghmani
Organics Ltd,Rallis India Ltd,
Gujarat Ltd,United
Phosphorous Ltd

Diketene & its


derivatives

Eg. Monomethyl acetoacetamide,


ethyl acetoacetamide, Methylaceto
Acetate

Colourchem Ltd.,Mumbai
,Indian Dyestuff
Industries,Gujarat ,Avon
Organics Ltd., Hyderabad

As Tanning agent

Laundry sour, printing calico &


dyeing

Nahar spinning , Vardhman ,


JCT

As Reaction Solvents

For gums, resins & volatile oils

Turpentine and Oil Co,


Camphor and allied Co

Indian Scenario Acetic


Acid

Global Production Acetic


Acid

Acetic Acid Production


Capacities - IOLCP

Captive Consumption Vs
Merchant Sales Acetic Acid

Acetic Acid Market Share


Domestic Market

Global Market

Indian Market
4,50,000 MT per Annum

Global Market
92,00,000 MT per Annum

Ethyl Acetate

Ethyl Acetate or Ethyl Ethanoate Fragrant, Colorless


Liquid
Diverse Industrial Application as Solvent
Usage as Synthetic Fruit Essence
Flavor in Pharmaceuticals
Coextractant of Camphor, Fats, Oils & Antibiotics
Ability to replace Aromatic Solvents like Toulene,
Xylene & Methyl Isobutyl Ketone.

Applications & End Usage


Ethyl Acetate
Application

End use

User

As Lacquer sandling sealer,


Glasswood lacquer, Lacquer
thinner, LP inks, quickset inks,
heatset & coldset inks etc

Inks & Paints


Industry

Berger Paints India, Goodlac


Nerolac Paints Ltd, Resins &
Solvents,Camlin Ink Pvt Ltd,Kores
India

As a media Solvent / wraper


shining and protection

Flexible Packaging
& lamination

Uflex Ltd , Dharmapal Satyapal


industries , PG foil Ltd ,Cosmo films
ltd,Essel packaging

For production of Glues etc.

Adhesives

Converter & Adhesives Chemicals


Ltd

In Pharmaceutical

Rantidine HCL
Sulphamethoxazole
etc

IPCA, CADILA ,SR Drugs &


Intermediates Ltd,Avon Organics
Ltd,Shasun

For creating lustre in photgraphic


films to last long

Photographic Films
& Plates

Kodak

Solvents for nitrocellulose


lacquers , varnishes and
thinners.Least toxic of organic
solvents

Surface coatings
and thinners

Godrej,Schenectedy,Bakelite Hylam

Extensively used in the preparation


of synthetic fruit essences,
flavours and perfumes

Flavours and
essences

Privi Organics, Vadilal Industries


Ltd , Narula foods

Indian Scenario- Ethyl


Acetate

Global Production- Ethyl


Acetate

Ethyl Acetate Production


Capacities - IOLCP

Ethyl Acetate - Market


Share
Domestic Market
Global Market

Indian Market
1,90,000 MT per Annum

Global Market
14,00,000 MT per Annum

Acetic Anhydride
Ethanoic Anhydride or Acid Anhydride
Declared As Controlled Substance under the
Narcotics Drugs & Psychotropic Substances (NDPS)
Act 1985 by Narcotics Control Bureau, India
Usage in Pharmaceutical, Agrochemical, Dyes &
Pigments, Cellulose Acetate Production

Applications & End Usage-Acetic


Anhydride
Application

End use

User

Drugs &
Pharmaceuticals

Eg. In the making of


Paracetamol, Aspirin,
Caffeine, Theophylline,
Ephedrine HCl

Sri Krishna Pharmaceuticals Ltd ,Triton


Laboratories Ltd, Ltd,Granules India ,
Kudos Chemie

E.g. Acephate

Aimco Pesticides Ltd,Bharat Rasayan


Ltd,Meghmani Organics Ltd,Rallis India
Ltd, United Phosphorous Ltd

E.g. Acetanilide

Maschmejir Aromatics (India) Ltd


,Hindustan Polyamide,Camphor & Allied
Products, Gujarat

Agrochemicals

Perfume Industry
As an reactive
agent

Dyestuff &
Intermediaries

E.g. Vinyl Acetate


Monomer

E.g. Acetyl Chloride*

Jubliant Organysys Ltd, Vinyl Chemicals


Ltd
Gujarat Industrial Chemicals Corporation,
Gwalior Chemical Industries Ltd, Indu
Organic Chemicals, Amarjas Chemicals,
Praveen Organics

*IOLCP is installing the Manufacturing Plant of Acetyl Chloride with the


Capacity of 5200 TPA.

Indian Scenario-Acetic
Anhydride

Global Production- Acetic


Anhydride

Acetic Anhydride Production


Capacities - IOLCP

Acetic Anhydride - Market


Domestic Market Share
Global Market

Indian Market
55,000 MT per Annum

Global Market
2,00,000 MT per Annum

Upcoming Projects
MCA & Acetyl Chloride

1. Producing MCA without using hydrogenation.


2. MCA Plant is equipped with bubble cap graphite
distillation Column instead of packed column.
3. Plant is equipped with Scrubbing System to take
care of Environment Aspects.
4. In the Plant 900 critical parameters controlled by
DCS for maintaining product quality and quantity

..

Contd

5.Plant is based on forward and backward


integration of existing products.
6.Acetyl Chloride is manufactured with HCL root
instead of other root to reduce its cost and
byproduct.
7.Process Parameters are designed using Simulation
Software CHEMCAD Supplied by Chemstations
USA.
8.Equipped with Teflon coated pipe and fitting to
minimize maintenance problem.

Iso Butyl Benzene


1.IBB Plant is equipped with
Pneumatic transfer System
instead of pumps to save
power.
2.In the Plant 1400 Critical
parameters controlled by
DCS to maintain product quality and Yield.
3.In the Plant Air Compressors are equipped with
Variable Frequency to get Energy Efficiency.
4. IBB Plant is the Backward integration of existing
product of IOLCP.

Manufacturing & Consumption


(India)
( MCA, IBB, Acetyl Chloride )

Manufacturer's in India
MCA

Acetyl Chloride

IBB

S.R Drugs and


Intermediates Ltd
Reliance Cellulose

Excel Industeries Limited

Vinati Organics

Aqua Pharma

SI Group

Meridian Chem-Bond
Ltd
Anugrah In-Org ( P ) Ltd

Gwalior Chemicals India


Ltd
Sanghvi Organics Pvt Ltd

Kanrnavati

Seem Products

A.V.Organosys

Rencal Chemicals India


Ltd
Misc-Others

Abhishek Impex
Deedy Chem
Maruti Organics
ACI Ind
Swati Chemicals

Upcoming Diversification Plans


Anti-ulcerantsProton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs)

The company has planned for installation of new


manufacturing facilities of PPIs- i.e. Rabiprazole,
Omeprazole, Esomeprazole, Lansoprazole & Pantoprazole .
Rabiprazole is used to treat conditions where the stomach
produces too much acid, including ulcers,
gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and ZollingerEllison syndrome.
The total amount of Capital Expenditure will be about Rs
100 Crores ( approx USD 20.83 million).
The Project of Rabiprazole is planned to be implemented
from 2009-10.

Proton Pump Inhibitors


(PPIs)

Bind to Proton Pump and Prevent it from Producing Acid in to the


Stomach.
Usage in Treatment of Variety of Gastric Ailments.
Generally have More Potent Effect on Suppressing Acid than H-2
Blockers ( like Ranitidine, Cimetidine, Nizatidine ).
PPIs Available :
- Rabeprazole
- Lansoprazole
- Omeprazole
- Pantoprazole
- Esomeprazole

PPIs:

Comparison of PPIs and


Antacids
ANTACIDS:

Prevent Secretion of Gastric Acid by


Inhibiting Proton Pump in Stomach.

Neutralize Gastric Acid. e.g. Aluminium


Hydroxide & Magnesium Hydroxide.

Their Onset of Action is comparatively


late but have comparatively very Long
Duration of Action.

They Provide Faster Relief from


Heartburn but have very Brief
Duration of Action.

Work in Gastric Lumen. So Useful in


Almost All Gastric Ailments.

Work almost in Esophageal Lumen


which Limits its Use only for
Spontaneous Relief from Heartburn.

Very Low Rate of Recurrence of Disease.

Rate of Recurrence of Disease is


Higher.
Ref: www.medscape.com/viewarticle/464898

Comparison of PPIs and H-2


Blockers
PPIs:
H-2 Blockers:
Prevent Secretion of Gastric Acid by
Inhibiting Proton Pump in stomach.

Prevent or Block Histamine from


Stimulating the Production of Acid. e.g.
Cimetidine, Famotidine, Nizatidine &
Ranitidine.

Works at the Site where Acid is being


made. Thats why More Effective in
Suppressing Gastric Acid secretion
Longer Duration of Action, more than
24 hrs.

Works at the Site which Stimulates the


Production of Gastric Acid.

Comparatively More Efficacious in


Treatment of GERD, Gastric Ulcers and
Healing of Erosive Esophagitis

Comparatively Less Efficacious in


Treatment of GERD, Gastric Ulcers and
Healing of Erosive Esophagitis.

Dose is 20 mg / day.

Usual Dose is 300 mg / day, but Long


Term 150 mg / day

Duration of Action is 2-3 hrs

1.Am J Gastroenterol. 2000 Apr;95(4):936-42; 2. Dig Dis Sci. 2001 Mar;46(3):587-96


3. ISSN 1007-9327 CN 14-1219/R World J Gastroenterol 2005 July 14;11(26):4067-4077

Applications & End Usage- PPIs


Application

Pharma Industry as an ANTIULCER Drug

End Use

User

Dyspepsia

Dr Reddys Lab.

Peptic ulcer Disease

Cipla

GERD / GORD

Mankind

Zollinger - Ellison Syndrome

Lupin Labs.

Gastrinomas

Aurobindo Pharma

Barretts Syndrome

Nicholas

Indian Scenario of PPIs

Capacity In MT

Global Scenario of PPIs

Years

Growth Potential
Potential for growth of these products is demonstrated
by their growing usage in various industries.
While the demand growth is being accompanied by an
increase in production capacities, there is still a
significant projected demand supply gap for these
products in the market.
Ethanol, major raw material, available in abundance
from Distilleries of Punjab & UP.
Companys markets for these products are being
significantly enhanced with the commencement of
Indian Oils Refinery nearby at Panipat & from another
upcoming HPCL-Mittal Refinery nearby at Bhatinda

Organisation Chart
Chairman cum
Managing Director
Varinder Gupta

Executive
Director
R K Thukral

Vice President
Commercial
N K Pundir

Vice President
Production
Chemicals
Damandeep Singh

Vice President
Production
Pharmaceuticals
Vijay Singla

Manager
Domestic Sales
Chetan Asthana

Vice President
Co-Generation
Tripinder Singh

Vice President
R&D
Quality Control
Ravi Sharma

Manager
Export Sales
Ravi Mahant

Sr. Manager
Utilities
Deepak Saini

Manager
Electrical
Gaurav Bannerjee

Sr. Manager
HRM
Anil Kathuria

Manager
Instrumentation
Gopal Singla

Vice President
Purchase
J K Bajaj

Manager
Purchase
Himanshu Arya

Vice President
Finance &
Accounts
Rakesh Mahajan

Sr. Company
Secretary
Krishan Singla

Manager
Project
Rohit Sharma

Company
Secretary
Sushil Sharma

Manager
Finance
Ajay Latawa

Manager Legal
Gurinder Singh

Manager
Accounts
Pardeep Khanna

Manpower

Recognition

Awarded with 2nd National Energy Conservation Award


Consecutively for the Years 2005, 2006,2007 & 2008
By Ministry of Power, Government of India

Commitment to Quality
The Company is committed to utilizing state-of-the-

art and globally competitive technology in its


manufacturing and processing facilities.

High Quality Products with Quality Checks at each


and every stage, starting from Raw Material to
Finished
products
with
latest
Technology
Instruments.

Certifications

Certificate of Pharmaceuticals Product-WHO for Ibuprofen.

Certificate of Foreign Drug Manufacturer from Japan.

Koshar Certificate for all finished products

Halal Committee Registration Certificate for Finished products

ISO 9001:2008 for Quality Management System

ISO 14001:2004 for Environmental Management System

Certificate for Foreign Trade Policy-STAR EXPORT HOUSE

Corporate Ethics
The company believes that adherence to the
corporate ethics and transparent working results in
substantial and sustainable improvements in the
performance. The Company has adopted the
following practices :

Code of Corporate Governance & Conduct


Code to Prevent the Insider Trading
Code of Corporate Disclosure of Insider Trading
Whistle Blower Policy

Process Automation
Distribution Control Based
Operations
-Complete Automation of Process
- Computerized Parameter recording
- Better control of Process Parameters
- Operations on single mouse click

Our Technical
Specializations
REACTION

SEPARATION

DISTILLATION

Research & Development


Equipped with latest infrastructure
Highly competent research team
Manufacturing technology for all the products
developed in-house
Capacity to produce single to multi-kilogram
quantities of organic compounds
Pilot plant studies for new products /
molecules
ChemCAD (Simulation Software)

Energy Saving
Measures

Energy Conservation - Major Emphasis Area

The most cost effective way for sustainable energy


development is by improving end-use efficiency.
We Utilize Waste Process Energy to produce
660 TR/Day of Chilled Water generated through VAM
Machines.

Environment Friendly Plant


Untreated Effluent
pH
TDS (mg/L)

Treated Effluent

Standard

4.0 - 5.0

7.0 8.0

7.0 - 8.0

2100 - 2500

1600 - 1800

<2100

BOD (mg/L)

10000 - 12000

COD (mg/L)

14000 - 18000

20 - 30
175 - 200

< 30
< 250

Contact Us
Head Office
Tele
Fax
Works:
Tele
Fax
Contact Persons

85 , Industrial Area A
Ludhiana- 141003 India
+91-161-2225531-35
+91-161-2608784 , 2226929
Village Fatehgarh Channa
Mansa Road Barnala-148101
+91-1679-285285-88
+91-1679-285292
Mr Varinder Gupta
varindergupta@iolcp.com
Mr. Rakesh Mahajan
rakeshmahajan@iolcp.com
Mr. R.K.Thukral
rkthukral@iolcp.com

Website : www.iolcp.com