Company Summary / About us:Birla Cellulose started its journey in the 1940s. It started as a vision of the Aditya Birla Group that foresaw the limitations of cotton and polyester, and identified the need for a suitable alternative, natural, man-made fibre that would eventually take the textile world by storm.
From the very onset, global standards were adopted both in terms of commitment to quality and the setting up of world-class facilities and processes. The world is a very different place today - with ever increasing competition from global players and consumers who are becoming more discerning by the day. In such a cut-throat scenario, it gives us a great sense of pride to say that we, Birla Cellulose, are the largest producer of viscose staple fibre (MMF) in the world. Today, our five plants in India, Thailand and Indonesia have a total production capacity of more than 456,000 tonnes a year, owning an estimated 23% of the current manufacturing capacity.