Over the last four decades, the Rahimtula Group has become a highly respected name in international fertilizer markets. The Group pioneered the fertilizer business in India, and has been a domestic industry leader since the 1960s. We are a global company, recognized for our extensive business networks to supply international fertilizer manufacturers for their critical raw materials such as sulfur, rock phosphate, ammonia, phosphoric acid and potash. We also act as sellers' representatives and trade in urea, DAP, NPKs and other finished fertilizers.
The Group regularly time-charters and handles all arrangements for handy max ships from leading international owners and operators. We are also experienced in executing joint-venture fertilizer production contracts in the Middle East and Africa.
Control of an SSP producing plant called Hyderabad Chemicals and Fertilizers limited during Hyderabad's accession to India.
Urea plant in Middle East ( Saudi Arabian Fertilizer Company - SAFCO ) was setup in collaboration with Dr Hammer and Occidental Petroleum...
Ammonia from Fertil ( Abu Dhabi ), PIC ( Kuwait ), GPIC ( Bahrain ) and MITCO ( Malaysia ) and Raintrade ( Turkey )
In 2005 our exploration program located along the fringe of the Senegal River separating the country Mauritania from Senegal began...
Representing Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma’aden) for DAP sales into India since 2011.
We began working closely with Russian Company NIIK in 2012 to provide technology solutions to fertilizer producers in India. JSC NIIK has installed Vortex Mixture and conversion booster SID’s to improve energy efficiency in urea plants of NFCL, RCF and GNFC . Also in process of incorporating such improvement in IFFCO Phulpur, NFL Vijaipur, CFCL and Indogulf in near future.
Guru Nanak (15 April 1469 – 22 September 1539) was the founder of the religion of Sikhism and the first of ten Sikh Gurus. Describes the dangers of the Egotism and calls upon devotees to engage in worship through the word of God, mystical to recite or meditate at divine places and singing of God’s qualities, discarding doubt in the process, such worship must be selfless (sewa).