The Indian chemicals industry, contributing 3% of global supply, is projected to attain a valuation of US$300bn by 2025.


chemicals exports during 2019-20.


products covered by Indian chemicals exports.


projected annual growth in chemicals demand till 2024.


FDI is allowed under the automatic route.


largest producer of agro-chemicals in the world.


of global dyestuff, dye intermediates production.


jump in export of inorganic, organic and agro-chemicals.


manpower, world-class engineering, and strong R&D base.


Indian colourant industry exports nearly 75% of its output.

Alkali Manufacturers Association of India

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Promote sustainable growth and development of the Indian alkali industry.

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Indian Chemical Council


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An apex national body representing all branches of the Chemical Industry in India.

Chemicals & Petrochemicals Manufacturers Association

+91-011- 23383428

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An apex forum in the country representing the Indian Chemicals & Petrochemicals Industry.

Basic Chemicals, Cosmetics & Dyes Export Promotion Council (CHEMEXCIL)


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CHEMEXCIL is set up by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry Government of India with the objective of promoting exports of listed items from India to various countries abroad.

investment opportunities

  • Polymers and agro-chemicals industries in India present immense growth opportunities
  • Specialty chemicals industry is worth US$32b, and accounts for 20% of the total industry.
  • The Indian colorant industry, valued at US$6.8b, exports nearly 75% of its total production.
  • Specialty chemicals market, growing at 12% in CAGR from FY19-22.

key investors

India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive and capital establishments


India has a well-oiled enterprise promoting machinery that is backed by strong legislative, judiciary, executive, and capital establishments