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MFL

Adds Fertility to the soil and Prosperity to the Nation

MFL

Adds Fertility to the soil and Prosperity to the Nation

MFL

Adds Fertility to the soil and Prosperity to the Nation

MFL

Adds Fertility to the soil and Prosperity to the Nation

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MFL REPORTS 12.94% INCREASE IN NET PROFIT IN Q4
SHRI U SARAVANAN, Chairman and Managing Director on 22.02.2019 met the Commissioner of Police Shri Dr. A.K. Viswanathan and discussed in detail on matters pertaining to safety and security arrangements to be ensured around Factory as well as City Office
SHRI U SARAVANAN, CMD LAUNCHED NEW REDESIGNED WEBSITE ON 31.01.2019
Adds Fertility to the soil and Prosperity to the Nation.
Greenery Around -Process so sound – Nature abounds!
Global View of MFL Plants – Helping Growth of Plants
Heart of Ammonia – Reformer – Energy Saving Potential it its Credential
Environment Friendly Towers – Cooling – Prilling – Fuming!
MFL Protects the planet (from CO2 Emission) – CO2 removed & converted as Urea Fertilizer

Our Chairman

Shri U Saravanan
Shri U Saravanan
Chairman & Managing Director
AGM Speech

Our Mission

To become a leader in fertilizer and process industry and in production/marketing of agrochemicals and other eco-friendly products like Biofertilizers/neem pesticides through

  • Efficient Operations
  • Quality Products
  • Market Orientation and
  • Dedicated manpower

Our Vision

To become a leader in fertilizer and process industry and in production/marketing of agrochemicals and other eco-friendly products like Biofertilizers/neem pesticides through

  • Efficient Operations
  • Quality Products
  • Market Orientation and
  • Dedicated manpower

 

   History

  • 1966

    MFL was incorporated on December 8

    MFL was incorporated on December 8, 1966 as a joint venture between GOI and AMOCO India

  • 1972

    NIOC acquired 50% of the shareholding

    In accordance with the participation agreement between GOI, AMOCO and National Iranian Oil

  • 1985

    AMOCO and NIOC were at 24.5%

    With this acquisition, shareholding of AMOCO and NIOC were at 24.5% each, with the balance 51%

  • 1994

    GOI and NIOC Shares 67.55% and 32.45% respectively

    As a result, GOI and NIOC shareholding was revised to 67.55% and 32.45% respectively

  • 1997

    MFL had an initial public offering of its shares

    MFL had an initial public offering of its shares in May 1997.