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Rallis India Ltd was incorporated in the year 1948. Rallis India, the successor of Rallis Brothers and a member of Tata Group is engaged in the business of manufacture and Trading of Pesticides, Fertilisers and Finechemicals. The Company's Agribusiness division is the distributor of Pesticides, fertilisers, micro-nutrients, seeds, animal feed and other agro inputs. Rallis is the second largest pesticide company in the country with a market share of 13%. The company discontinued marketing of Monsanto seeds during the year 2001-02. And the company is now looking at national and international marketing alliances, including possible tie-ups in the area of bio-technology. The company has commenced production of a range of ethylene oxide condensates based surfactants, which found captive use in its agrochemical formulations during 1999-2000. This help the company to reduce the cost. During 2000-2001, the company established seed processing facilities at Dhar (MP) and Patancheru, near Hyderabad and research infrastructure, quality control and storage facility at Patancheru. The Rallis Agro Research Centre, based in Bangalore, leads in toxicology and entomology research. Its facilities and research practices (GLP) are recognised by Bundesgesundheitsammt (BGA), Germany. The Fine Chemicals division of the company operates two factories both in Tamilnadu at Ootacamund and Cuddalore. The company has suspended the manufacturing activity at Cuddalore plant as the thirdparty manufacturing offers a cheaper alternative. Rallis is the leading producer and distributor of agro-based tanning materials from a variety of forest products. During 2004, the company sold out its Gelatin business of the Fine Chemicals Division to Sterling Biotech Ltd. Rallis is undertaking restructuring of its business which includes consolidation, merger and selloff. First step in this regard was taken by Rallis is merger of its 5 subsidiaries viz Ralchem Ltd,Rallis Finance & Investments Co Ltd,Rallis Hybrid Seeds Ltd,Rallis Farm Management Services Ltd and Sankhya Garments Ltd with itself. The petitions has been filed and the company awaiting final hearing by the court. It has also filed a petition for merging sixth subsidiairy viz Siris India Ltd with itself. During 2003-04, the Company received the approval from the court for the merger of six subsidiaries with itself. The Pharmaceutical business of Rallis, which engaged in marketing of household remedies and manufacturing of basic drugs was sold to Shreya Life Sciences Pvt Ltd. a member of Russia based pharma marketing and distribution company for Rs.49 Crore. And the transfer of business is completed effective June 30, 2001. The company has also completed the sale of its Andheri property to Orchid Print India Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons Ltd during the year 2001-02. Rallis has discontinued the distribution of bulk fertilizers and the arrangement with Tata Chemicals came to an end from 1st March,2003. It is also shifting its focus from a seeds distributor to become a sourcing and branding company with focussed R&D. During 2005, the company transferred its Knowledge Services Business which includes the Research & Development Centre at Bangalore,as a going concern to Advinus Therapeutics Pvt Ltd with effect from 1st April 2005 for a consideration of Rs.26 Crores. In the year 2005, the company increased its installed capacity of Pesticides (Solids) by 920 Tonnes. With this expansion, the total installed capacity of Pesticides (Solids) has increased upto 22825 Tonnes. In 2006, The company has been established new Development Center at Patancheru. All Research and development, including NMITLI and NPDL, is being carried out at this new location. All the regulatory studies required for obtaining the registrations are being outsoured through Advinus Therapeutics Pvt Ltd and other government and private institutions. The company has started the sourcing and markeitng of Bt Cotton Seeds. An Alliance with Nuziveedu Seed Company, a Major Player in hybrid and Bt Cotton seed market, has been estahlished for purposes. In 2007, The company has incorporated a subsidiary in Australia viz. Rallis Australasia Pty Ltd., in order to enhance its presence in Australia.The company has successfully launched three new products in the year viz. Nova, Applaud and Taqat. Applaud has been a great success in the year, wherein the company gained a phenomenal response from paddy growers. The first year of Bt cotton seed marketing has been rewarding and valuable experience gained, which will support expansion of this activity in the coming year. Preparation to expand into marketing of seeds in the rice and vegetable markets has been initiated.Read more