- Received BRC certification
- Demerged the manufacturing business of Jindal Photo (5.9 shares of Jindal Photo exchanged for 1 share of JPFL)
14000 MTPA coater plant being commissioned at Nashik.
Demerged its Investments in separate investments company, Jindal Poly Investments and Finance Company Ltd..
Acquired the BOPP films business from Exxon Mobil, with 3 manufacturing plants in Europe and 2 plants in the US, along with an R & D centre and more than 300 registered patents.
Another 8.7 meter, thin PET film line was installed taking total capacity to 120,000 TPA.
Two additional BOPP film lines with an aggregate capacity of 90,000 TPA commissioned.
JPFL becomes the largest producer of BOPP in India by commissioning a third BOPP line of 45,000 TPA, one of the largest in the world (while at the same time, yarn production is stopped)
Expansion of BOPP capacity by 32,000 TPA, second thin PET film line and second BOPP line commissioned
Expansion of BOPET capacity by 25,000 TPA.
- Diversified into BOPP Films.
- Acquisition of Rexor, France.
- Entered the metallised films segment.
Manufacturing of BOPET Films started.
Backward Integration into manufacturing of polyester chips for captive use.
Commenced manufacturing of Polyester Yarns at its Bulandshar UP Plant.