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    a journey through time

    Preference shares issuance of Rs. 3 billion. IPO was oversubscribed by 5.4 times
    Preference shares issuance of Rs. 3 billion. IPO was oversubscribed by 5.4 times
    Highest ever profitability in EPCL’s history
    Highest ever profitability in EPCL’s history
    PVC-III completion
    PVC-III completion
    Announcement of HTDC efficiency and diversification projects.
    Commencement of Caustic Flakes plant with a capacity of 20 KT.
    Rights shares issuance of Rs. 5.4 Bn.
    Announcement of an extensive expansion plan.
    Engro Polymer and Chemicals secures US$35 million from International Finance Corporation (IFC), a billion dollar expansion plan.
    Further debottlenecking increases plant capacity to 195 KT.
    Completed debottlenecking of PVC capacity to 174 KT.
    Commercial production declared in 2010.
    Back integration of Engro Polymer completed.
    Listed on the stock exchange in 2008.
    PVC II plant (50 KT) started up in Q4 2008.
    In 2007, the Company embarked upon an expansion and back integration project to enhance the PVC capacity to 150 KT and set up a EDC-Vcal and Chlor-alkali plants.
    Asahi Glass divested its shareholding.
    Expansion / backward integration project launched.
    In 2006, Asahi Glass divested from the business and Engro Chemical acquired its shareholding. The name of the company was changed to Engro Polymer & Chemicals Limited.
    PVC 1 Plant commissioned with 100 KT capacity.
    The plant came into commercial operation in 1999.
    Engro Asahi Polymer & Chemicals Limited established.
    The company was set up.
    The company was set up in 1997 by the name of Engro Asahi Polymer and Chemical Ltd. It was a joint venture between Engro Chemical (50%), Asahi Glass Company (30%) and Mitsubishi Corporation (20%) to set up a 100,000 ton capacity PVC plant at Port Qasim.