Articles tagged under: GNFC

Smriti Irani launches GNFC Neem Project in Uttar Pradesh

April 14, 2018
Smriti Irani launches GNFC Neem Project in Uttar Pradesh

Bharuch: In order to fulfill Prime Minister’s vision of 100% Neem coating of Urea, Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited (GNFC) undertook an innovative multidimensional Socio Economic Neem Project since 2015. GNFC has collected more than 45000 MT Neem seed through 4.5 Lacs rural women in last three years in five states namely Gujarat, Maharashtra, MP Karnataka & Rajasthan in more than 60 districts. Many Government organisations and NGO’s like Gujarat Livelihood Promotion Co...Read More

GNFC Neem Face Wash Unit inaugurated

April 05, 2018
GNFC Neem Face Wash Unit inaugurated

Vadodara: Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd. (GNFC) launched 'GNFC Neem Face Wash Unit' today. GNFC Neem face wash contains the purest form of Neem oil for fresh and nourished skin. This unit was launched by Smt. Bharathi Sivaswami Sihag IAS Secretary, Department of Fertilizer, Government of India, at the Neem Complex of GNFC, Bharuch. This Neem face wash is the latest addition to the GNFC's Neem Products basket. Speaking on occasion, Ms. Bharathi Sihag highlighted endle...Read More

GNFC posts highest ever PBT of Rs. 715 crore in its 41 years history during FY16-17

May 29, 2017
GNFC posts highest ever PBT of Rs. 715 crore in its 41 years history during FY16-17

Bharuch: Bharuch based fertilizers and chemicals company, Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd (GNFC) has reported PBT(Profit Before Tax) of Rs. 715 crore for the Financial Year ended March 31, 2017, which is higher by 167 % against PBT of Rs. 268 crore in the FY ended March 2016. Revenue from Operations during the year ended March 2017 was Rs. 4,945 crore, which is higher by 2 % over previous year. EBITDA margin for FY17 stood at 24 %, which is higher by 7% (17% in previous FY16...Read More

PM launches 81 cashless /less cash townships in 12 states facilitated by GNFC

April 14, 2017
PM launches 81 cashless /less cash townships in 12 states facilitated by GNFC

Bharuch: A total of 81 townships were launched as cashless / less cash townships by Hon. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi at Nagpur on 14 the April 2017. These townships across 12 states were facilitated to become cashless / less cash townships by Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemical Ltd (GNFC) under the auspices of Niti Aayog. GNFC township at Bharuch is India’s first 100% Cashless Township. NITI Aayog appreciated GNFC’s initiative and model of cashless township and advise...Read More

All Townships of Gujarat to be made cashless based on GNFC 100% Cashless Township Model

February 25, 2017
All Townships of Gujarat to be made cashless based on GNFC 100% Cashless Township Model

Gandhinagar: A workshop on ‘Cashless Township’ was organized by GNFC at Swarnim Sankul-2, Sachivalaya, Gandhinagar on 25th February 2017 under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Vijay Rupani. Senior officials of NITI Ayog, Hon. Chief Secretary and other senior officers of Government of Gujarat also attended the workshop. This Workshop was also attended by Townships Administrators of 180 Townships of Gujarat state and concerned more than 20 District Collectors. GNFC Township at Bharu...Read More

GNFC launches its Narmada neem soap product at Star Bazar in Ahmedabad

December 15, 2016
GNFC launches its Narmada neem soap product at Star Bazar in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad: Gujarat government PSU Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited(GNFC) today launched its neem soap in Ahmedabad's Star Bazar superstore. Sell of GNFC neem products benefit thousands of women who are into collection of raw material for making of final products. According to GNFC, its neem soap product titled as 'Narmada' neem soap is made with pure neem oil in highest 21% content. The product works against germs and bacteria and offers herbal benifits attache...Read More

Toll in GNFC gas leakage climbs to six

November 09, 2016

Vadodara:With one more contract worker succumbing at a private hospital here, the death toll in the GNFC gas leak mishap in Bharuch district of Gujarat has risen to six, officials said today. The deceased identified as Motilal Manjhi (25) died last evening. He was later cremated at Vadadala village near Bharuch, Bharuch District Collector, Sandeep Kumar told PTI. Before Manjhi, another worker identified as Vazir Ansari (40) had succumbed to his injuries at a hospital here on November 6. ...Read More

Gas leakage: GNFC’s TDI plant to restart after safety audit

November 06, 2016
Gas leakage: GNFC’s TDI plant to restart after safety audit

Vadodara:The TDI plant of Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertiliser Company Limited (GNFC) in neighbouring Bharuch district, where five labourers died and over 10 others were injured following poisonous gas leakage last week, will restart only after safety audit, a senior official said today. The company, to be roped-in for conducting the safety audit, was yet to be finalised, GNFC Chairman and Chief Secretary to Gujarat government Dr J N Singh told PTI. The TDI (Toluene Di-Isocyanate) plant of GN...Read More

GNFC Gas leak- one more worker dies, toll reaches 5

November 04, 2016
GNFC Gas leak- one more worker dies, toll reaches 5

Vadodara/Bharuch: One more affected of the gas leak incident in the Toulene Di-Isocyanate (TDI) plant of the Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (GNFC) located in Rahiad village near Dahej in Bharuch district today died in a hospital in Vadodara taking the toll in the incident to five. Police today said that one of the four seriously affected contract workers who was admitted in Bhailal Amin General Hospital in Vadodara yesterday today succumbed. The pl...Read More

Gas leak deaths: GNFC announces Rs 8 lakh relief, plant shut down

November 03, 2016
Gas leak deaths: GNFC announces Rs 8 lakh relief, plant shut down

Bharuch: The Toulene Di-Isocyanate (TDI) plant of the Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (GNFC) located in Rahiad village near Dahej in Bharuch district has been shut following the leakage of deadly Phosgene gas late last night which has killed at least four of its workers. Nine other affected have been admitted to various hospitals in Bharuch and Vadodara of whom the condition of two is said to be critical. Meanwhile the GNFC administration has announ...Read More

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