UPL is focused on emerging as a premier global provider of total crop solutions designed to secure the world's long-term food supply.
Winning farmers hearts across the globe, while leading the way with innovative products and services that make agriculture sustainable, UPL is the fastest growing company in the industry.
Based on the recognition that humankind is one community, UPL’s overarching commitment is to improve areas of its presence, workplace and customer engagement.
UEPL: Uniphos Envirotronic Pvt. Ltd
Making manufacturing safer
It is one of the largest manufacturers of Gas Detection Devices in India. It has a wide range of products, all designed and developed state of art R & D efforts with customers in 45 countries. Their customers in 45 countries include large chemical and petro-chemical industries, oil refineries, government establishments, fumigators etc.
A wide portfolio of international standard speciality chemicals
UPL today, has the widest range of chemical intermediates. With strong technical strengths and a wide range of speciality chemicals, it’s got a good market in India. The company is all set to contribute more than 20% of the total production of speciality chemicals to exports.
100% dedicated to honey bee health.
Our expertise guarantees the quality of our products, which are distributed in more than 35 countries around the world, making Véto-pharma the worldwide leader in Varroa treatments.
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