Paper printing and packaging company Khemka Containers Limited (KCL) is establishing a new Rs1bn ($14.7m) production facility at Sri City in Andhra Pradesh, India.
To be built on a ten-acre area of land, the new plantwill produce corrugated boxes, mono cartons and printed display items.
The construction is slated to be completed by October and is expected to employ 200 people.
Sri City managing director Ravindranath Sannareddy was quoted by webindia123.com as saying: "I welcome yet another new client to Sri City.
"KCL's products are widely used in a wide range of industries across food & beverage, FMCG, as well as engineering and allied fields, and their presence in Sri City will definitely be an added advantage for most industries located here."
Sannareddy added that Cadbury, Pepsico, Tata, Godrej, Whirlpool and several others are among KCL's list of prominent clients.
KCL owns four production facilities through which it caters to several packaging companies in the country and other industries such as food, consumer durables, FMCG products, home appliances, automotive components and engineering goods, reported The Hindu Business Line.
KCL offers customers a wide range of packaging solutions such as high-end graphic labels, corrugated shipping boxes, lithographic multicolour boxes, point-of-sale displays, promotional material, bulk containers and wood replacement alternatives.
The company specialises in establishing automatic corrugated board plant across northern India.