NSL has inaugurated India’s biggest cob drying unit with a capacity of 1500MT in the month of February. Along with this, it also inaugurated 3800MT capacity conditioned storage facility at its Kothur plant near Hyderabad. With the new facility, NSL can dry wet cobs of about 375 MT/ day and the gas required for this purpose is generated by using maize shank as bio fuel with the help of Gasifier. It helps reducing the cost of drying to a great extent. With the help of extended conditioned storage facility, field crops can be stored for a period of 2 years and cotton for 7 years by maintaining required temperatures. The inauguration was attended by Mr. S R M Prasad, GM-SCM and Mr. Katti Laxminarsimha, GM-Projects, who performed pooja. Entire NSL family from Kothur and Kompally attended the event.
NSL Inaugurates Cod Drying and Conditioned Facility
Some More Pictures of the Event