Reliance Industrial Infrastructure (RIIL) was incorporated in 1988 as Chembur Patalganga Pipelines. The company was founded with an objective to build and operate pipelines for transporting petroleum products.
Later in the year 1992, the name of the company was changed to CPPL. On March 1994, the name was again changed to Reliance Industrial Infrastructure. In the year 1999, company inked an agreement with Gujarat Gas Company with an aim to foray in the LPG business in Gujarat. On February 2006, the company received granted approval from the Railway Board for running container trains on specific routes across the country.
Today, Reliance Industrial Infrastructure, Reliance Group Company, is mainly engaged in the business of setting up / operating Industrial Infrastructure. The Company is also engaged in related activities involving leasing and providing services connected with computer software and data processing. The Company has its operations in the Mumbai and the Rasayani regions of Maharashtra, Surat and Jamnagar belts of Gujarat as also at other places in India. RIIL was awarded projects namely constructing two cross country pipelines from Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) Refinery at Chembur in Mumbai to RIL's petrochemicals complex at Patalganga for transporting petroleum feedstock.
The company possesses a 200-millimetre diameter twin pipeline system for transporting petroleum products like naphtha and kerosene. It also obtains and deploys construction machinery on hire for use at various construction sites. Further, Reliance Corporate Centre and Reliance Convention and Exhibition Centre are the two subsidiaries of the company.