Nahar Group of Companies has been championing the cause of Make in India much before it gained momentum. The conglomerate has been working in the textiles space in the country since 1949 and generating employment & revenue for the exchequer under the umbrella brand of “Oswal Woollen Mills”. In 2011, the Group looked to diversify into another fast-growing segment, laying the foundation for Nahar Poly Films.
In 2011, Nahar Poly Films commenced its Bi-Axially Oriented Polypropylene Films (BOPP FILMS) project operations at Distt. Raisen (near Bhopal) in the State of Madhya Pradesh. Nahar Poly Films has always focused on BOPP Films as a segment and has carved a niche for itself in the market. It is regarded as a leading supplier of a range of standard and speciality films to some of the best-known packaging film manufacturers and food & beverage brands across the globe. The company places high emphasis on quality and customer-centricity. The company’s annual BOPP films capacity stands at 60,000 tons per annum. It also provides value-added operations on the base films with its in-house metallization and in-line coating.
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Nahar Poly Films today houses two world-class 8.7 mtr BOPP lines from Bruckner in its beautifully laid out manufacturing unit in Mandideep near Bhopal, India. The facility has easy access to both the seaports in Mumbai as well as the dry port in Mandideep. The company here manufactures metalized and unmetallized, sealable, and non-sealable films. The company's products have been well received in both the domestic and overseas markets.
The newer of the two lines is a high-performance 5-layer BOPP line with an inline coating facility. This makes it capable of churning out some high-demand products such as white cavitated & pigmented films for packaging; high barrier & ultra-high barrier films for snack food packaging and various labeling films. No BOPP line is complete without a Metallizer, and the company also has two state-of-art Metallizers with 2.45 mtr and 2.85 mtr widths respectively.