National Fertilizers Limited,
Gohana Road, Panipat,
Tel :0180- 2652481 to 485 ,2655570
Fax :0180- 2652515
Panipat, a district head-quarter is situated on National Highway No.1 at a distance of 90 km from Delhi. It is one of the oldest and ancient cities of India. The History of Panipat dates back to the Era of "The Mahabharata". Its old name was 'Paniprastha'. Panipat has witnessed three historic battles in the Past which changed face of India. The first battle (21st April 1526) was between the Mughal chief Babar, then ruler of Kabul, and Sultan Ibrahim Lodi of Delhi. Ibrahim was killed, and his army was defeated. This marked the beginning of the Mughal Empire in India. The second battle (20th January 1556) ended in a victory for Bayram Khan, the guardian of the young Mughal emperor Akbar, over Hemu. The third battle (14th January 1761) ended the Maratha attempt to succeed the Mughals as rulers of India. The Maratha army, under the Bhao Sahib was trapped and defeated by deceit by the Afghan chief Ahmad Shah.
Panipat District of Haryana is spread over an area of 1268 Sq Km. It is famous for handloom, woollen carpets, blankets, khes and darris. The district comprises two Sub-Division, 3 Tehsils and 5 blocks having a population of 12,02,811 (as per 2011 census) with 32% of urban population. Panipat established its name on the industrial map of country with the setting up of National Fertilizers Limited Plant, State owned Thermal Power Plant, Co-operative Sugar Mill, and Rs.4000 crores Oil Refinery of Indian Oil Corporation. With over 12000 small-scale units and 49 medium & large scale Industrial Units, the city occupies a distinctive position among the Industrial Towns of the Country.
SALIENT FEATURES OF PANIPAT UNIT
|Commencement of Production:
||September 1, 1979
Shell Gasification of Fuel Oil / LSHS
||Mitsu Toatsu Total recycle C Improved for PT and BT and
Technimont Total Recycle Process for NL T
||Coal , Fuel-oil/LSHS, Power, Water
|Captive Power Plant :
||2 x 15 MW