Industries We Serve

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Chemical Industry

Covering more than 80,000 commercial products, India’s chemical industry is extremely diversified and can be broadly classified into bulk chemicals, specialty chemicals, agrochemicals, petrochemicals, polymers and fertilisers.

India accounts for ~16% of the world production of dyestuffs and dye intermediates. Indian colorants industry has emerged as a key player with a global market share of ~15%.

India’s proximity to the Middle East, the world’s source of petrochemicals feedstock, enables it to benefit on economies of scale.


The Indian chemicals industry stood at US$ 178 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach US$ 304 billion by 2025 registering a CAGR of 9.3%. The demand for chemicals is expected to expand by 9% per annum by 2025.

Products manufactured by the chemical industry fall into three categories: basic chemicals, specialty chemicals, and consumer chemicals.


Basic chemicals are manufactured in large quantities and are mainly sold within the chemical industry and to other industries before becoming end products for the general public. Examples of basic chemicals include calcium carbonate, chlorine, sulfuric and nitric acids, and sodium carbonate. There is no product differentiation among basic chemicals; these products are sold for their composition.

Specialty chemicals are high value-added products that are produced in a much lower volume. These chemicals are used in a wide variety of products, including fine chemicals, additives, advanced polymers, adhesives, sealants and specialty paints, pigments, and coatings.


Consumer chemicals are produced by formulating basic and specialty chemicals to make end products such as detergents and soaps for the general public.


P.S International HR consultants are providing resources for following requirements of Chemical Industry.

Chemists for formulation chemistry, process chemistry, manufacturing and production, quality control, quality assurance, sales, marketing, regulatory affairs, purchasing, human resources, health and safety, and all sorts of other non-laboratory careers.

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