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Rain Industries Ltd

  • One of the leading Producer of Carbon and Chemical products
  • Owns three deep water shipping terminals and two full-service petroleum coke laboratories, all of which are ISO 9001:2000 compliant
  • Involved in activities across the world with thirteen operating plants in US, Canada, Europe, India, Egypt and China

Rain Industries Ltd (RAIN), formerly known as Rain Commodities Ltd, and its wholly owned subsidiaries, namely, Rain Cements Ltd (RCL), Rain CII Carbon (Vizag) Ltd, Rain CII Carbon LLC, USA and Rütgers are engaged in the production of cement, Calcined Petroleum Coke (CPC) and Power and high-quality basic and specialty chemicals (Coal Tar Pitch etc.).

Rain is one of the world’s leading producers of carbon products and specialty chemicals with 17 operating facilities spread across United States of America, Canada, Europe, India, Africa and China. The 18th facility, a JV in Russia, is under construction. Rain also has two integrated cement facilities in India and markets its product under the brand “Priya Cement”.


Rain Industries Ltd: One of the world’s leading producer of carbon products


Started 22 Megawatt (MW) solar power plant in Dharmavaram, Anantapur District, Andhra Pradesh


14,000 tonnes Phthalic Anhydride (“PA”) expansion project in Belgium


Setting up of Group’s fifth Waste-heat recovery facility in United States


Rain CII Carbon (Vizag) Ltd (formerly Rain Calcining Ltd) acquired Rain CII Carbon LLC (formerly CII Carbon, LLC) making the combined entity the world’s largest maker of calcined petroleum coke


RCL doubles CPC capacity in India to become fifth largest Calciner globally


Rain Calcining Ltd (RCL) begins operations in Visakhapatnam, India with a capacity of 0.3 Million Tonnes


Manufacturing Sector in India
In October 2020, India's manufacturing sector recorded improvement for the third consecutive month, with businesses growing production to the greatest extent in 13 years in the middle of robust sales growth.