NRC was incorporated in September 1946, is engaged in the manufacture of yarns and chemicals. Formerly known as National Rayon Corporation, it got its present name on February 24, 1995. The company is part of the Duncans-Goenka group, which has G P Goenka’s Duncans Industries as its flagship company.
In the year 1969, the company enters into collaboration agreements for the production of 2,200 tonnes of nylon-6 tyre yarn per annum were finalized with Chemtex Fibres of USA for the supply of technical know-how and Chemtex Overseas for the supply of technical personnel and engineering services.
The company is operating in the three segments of rayon, nylon and chemicals. The company has its manufacturing unit located in the Thane district of Maharashtra with a 24 MW capacity captive power plant. It manufactures viscose filament yarn with an installed capacity of 16,000 MT per annum in the rayon segment. Nylon tire cord, nylon filament and industrial yarn, are offered, which find application in the textile and tire manufacturing industries. The acquisition of 12 TPD Nylon-6 tyre yarn plant with spin draw machinery has increased nylon tyre cord capacity to 12,000 TPA. The chemicals division manufactures caustic soda, sulphuric acid, carbon-disulphide, sodium sulphate anhydrous, hydrochloric acid, compressed and uncompressed hydrogen and sodium sulphide.
In the year 1997, NRC undertook to set up a captive power project envisaging installation of 4 diesel generating sets of 6 MW capacities each. Caristrap, a wholly owned subsidiary of the company, was amalgamated with the company with effect from 1st April 1997.
The registered office of the company is located at Ewart House, Homi Modi Street, Mumbai 400001.
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The company is engaged in the manufacturing of Textile Rayon Yarn, Industrial Rayon Yarn, Nylon Tyrecord, Caustic Soda, Sulphuric Acid, Carbon bi-sulphide, liquid chlorine, hydrochloric acid and other allied chemicals and hydrogen gas.