ROHA Continues to Display Incremental Growth, Through Global Expansion

24 Jun 2016 --- As the leading Indian MNC, engaged in Manufacture and Marketing of colors and food ingredients, ROHA has made advances through expansion in 2016. The company says: "It's going to be a big growth year for us with many more plans to be announced in the near future."

ROHA have announced the launch of an avant-garde Global Center of Expertise (GCE) in St. Louis, US with an investment of $5 million. GCE will fuel the current innovative product range and will ensure ROHA’s competitive advantage in quality and pricing.
ROHA is going to prolong its twenty-two-year long commitment with yet another state of the art facility and ultra-modern office set up recently in South Africa. This $2 million investment will eventually become a hub for all African operations.
"We are strengthening our presence in UAE by setting up a new office in Dubai as ROHA is conscious of Middle East being a key market for future growth."
The opening of an office in Japan is a market promising abundant opportunities for ROHA. Japans food industry is witnessing a period of transition giving boost to the color industry.
Brazil’s food sector is very dynamic and supports some of the largest players in the global meat market and leading exporter of other raw materials for the food industry. To meet the emerging requirements of these industries, ROHA established a manufacturing facility in Brazil.
ROHA has also set up a new office in Argentina, one of the leading producer and exporter of foodstuffs.
ROHA has announced the launch of a windmill project in Madhya Pradesh. This huge wind mill boasts a 14 megawatt capacity.

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