Corporate History

  • 2018

    Added new BOPP line 50 MTPA capacity in Europe Started CPP line in India capacity 15 KTPA

  • 2017

    Expansion of R&D capabilities – New pilot line installed in Belgium centre Acquisition of Apeldoorn Flexible Packaging (AFP) Additional Cast film line in Apeldoorn Flexible Packaging (AFP)

  • 2016

    Additional Investments to modernise and expand plant capacities including Coating and Metalizing

  • 2015

    Nasik Plant received BRC certification Merged the manufacturing business of Jindal Photo Limited 14000 MTPA coater plant commissioned at Nashik

  • 2014

    Demerged Investments in separate investment company, Jindal Poly Investments and Finance Company Limited

  • 2013

    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

  • 2012

    Expansion of BOPP capacity from 180,000 MTPA to 210,000 MTPA

  • 2009

    Another 8.7 meter, thin BOPET film line installed taking total capacity to 120,000 TPA

  • 2008

    Expansion of BOPP capacity from 90,000 MTPA to 180,000 MTPA

  • 2006

    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 Yarn production discontinued

  • 2005

    Expansion of BOPP capacity from 13,000 MTPA to 45,000 MTPA

  • 2004

    Expansion of BOPET capacity from 66,000 MTPA to 91,000 MTPA

  • 2003

    Diversified into BOPP films and Metalized films Acquired Rexor, France

  • 1996

    Started manufacturing BOPET films in India

  • 1993

    Backward Integration into manufacturing of Polyester Chips for captive use

  • 1985

    Commenced manufacturing of Polyester Yarns at its Bulandshar UP Plant.