Chemical Process Piping (CPP) is attempting to re-write the script of the Indian piping industry by supplying fiber reinforced pipes (FRP) and glass reinforced pipes (GRP) to various industrial sectors.
FRP and GRP piping are relatively new to the country, with traditionally conventional pipes made from metal or cement still used on a pan-sector basis.
With the advent of GRP and FRP pipes, CPP started manufacturing products for aggressive products such as chlorine gas, hydrochloric acid, sodium hypochlorite and caustic soda.
The firm is on its way to reach its Rs 200 crs target until the end of 2020, and are current market leaders in the segment in India.
CPP has been working diligently to bring the necessary technological advancements to Indian shores to ensure the Indian industries are on par with world standards.
Recent successes includes landing the piping project for GNAL (JV between GACL & NALCO) for a 800TPD Chlor-Alkali Plant in Gujarat.
CPP is also working on a piping project for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) waste heat recovery plant, Abu Dhabi alongside several other international projects.
Vijay Rajpurohit, CPP MD, said: “CPP has always been known for innovation to create reliable and cost effective piping system for the industry. Decades before ‘Outsourcing’ and ‘Make in India’ became catch words we have been practicing these.
"We are the largest exporters from India for FRP piping across the world.CPP is spreading its wings to newer geographies with projects across the continent.”