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DCM Shriram chooses Haldor Topsoe solution for digitalising Kota ammonia facility

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Shriram Fertilizers & Chemicals (SFC), a unit of DCM Shriram Ltd., is to use HaldorTopsoe’s ClearViewTM solution for digitalising its ammonia plant in Kota, India.

The digital platform is expected to be operational by early 2022. DCM Shriram’s ammonia plant at Kota is the first ammonia plant in India completely based on Topsoe technology.

“We are proud that DCM Shriram Ltd’s has chosen our ClearView solution for this innovative project to digitalize its ammonia plant operations at the Kota complex. ClearView monitors the plant digitally in near real-time and generates a new level of detailed insights that enables our customers like SFC to optimize plant performance on a continuous basis,” said Alok Verma, Managing Director, Haldor Topsoe Southern Asia.

“We are looking forward to optimize our operations by deploying Haldor Topsoe’s cutting edge ClearView solution in our ammonia plant. He added “DCM Shriram aims towards digitalizing all its businesses and it’s a pleasure to work with our trusted partner Haldor Topsoe to implement the industry leading digital technology for our ammonia plant,” said Vinoo Mehta, Executive Director & Resident Head - Kota, DCM Shriram Ltd.

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