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Sabar Dairy Starts New Plant in Haryana

02 February 2015

INDIA - Gujarat based Sabarkantha District Co-operative Milk Producers Union Limited (SDCMPUL), popularly known as Sabar Dairy has started operation of its new plant in Rohtak, Haryana.

The plant has which has a capacity of 1 million liters per day is the first plant of the company outside Gujarat state and has been set up with an investment of $33 million.

A part from processing milk, the plant will also produce crud, butter milk and ice cream. The company which has recorded a turnover of over $390 million during 2013-14 will be catering to the Delhi-NCR markets.

Banas Dairy, another member union of GCMMF is setting up a 1.5 million liters per day plant at Faridabad with an investment of $48 million, which is likely to be operational after six months.

The Rohtak plant has come up at Haryana State Industrial Corporation estate and is strategically located three kilometres away from Rohtak city.

Sabar Dairy is a member of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) that markets their product under the brand name Amul.

Jagdish Kumar, Editor

Jagdish Kumar, Editor

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