Our value chain extends across state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities equipped with a combined capacity of 21,500 tons of sugar per day. Our plants are located in the state of Uttar Pradesh - Dwarikesh Nagar (Najibabad) and Dwarikesh Puram (Afzalgarh) in Bijnor district, and Dwarikesh Dham, Tehsil Faridpur in Bareilly district.
Led by the visionary focus of our founder, Mr. Gautam R. Morarka, we are constantly working on nurturing a sustainable growth agenda that drives business profitability and environmental leadership. Besides contributing to renewable energy, we also earn revenues from the same, as well as through sale of CER (Carbon Emission Reduction) and REC (Renewable Energy Certificate).
At the core of our business agenda is our focus on ethical practices and transparency, backed by a talented and professional team, which is committed to deliver excellence across all parameters of our business.
Our journey of many milestones started with one small step – the commissioning of our first 2500 TCD sugar with 6 MW power plant in village Bundki in Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh in 1995 named as Dwarikesh Nagar. In 1996 company set up a 6 MW power plant which was increased to 9 MW and the Capacity of the sugar plant was gradually expanded to 6500 TCD in 2002. The power plant capacity was expanded to 17 MW and distillery plant with a capacity of 30 KLPD (Kilo Litres per day) was commissioned in the year 2005.
The company and commissioned second sugar plant having capacity of 7500 TCD at Bahadarpur (Afzalgarh), district Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, in a record time of 10 months in 2005 named as Dwarikesh Puram. The company its co-generation capacity from 9 MW to 33 MW in its second plant in December 2007.
A third sugar plant with a state of Art capacity of 7500 TCD along with 36 MW power plant was commissioned in the village Bhagwanpur Phulwa, Tehsil - Faridpur, District - Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh) in December 2007 named as Dwarikesh Dham.
NLDC accreditation to all three plants with captive power generation capacity was granted in 2011.
We have mapped a unique strategy to: