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Borosil Glass Works Ltd.

Borosil Glass Works Ltd.


400051 1101, Crescenzo, Opp MCA Club, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai

Formerly a CORNING company, BOROSIL has been one of India’s most recognized brands. For over 50 years BOROSIL has been the most preferred laboratory glassware supplier to India’s pharmaceutical & chemical industry, research, educational and medical institutes.

BOROSIL laboratory glassware offering is one of the widest, the range includes Class A individually certified calibrated ware like flasks, cylinders, pipettes, burettes. General purpose glasswares like Condensers, Filtration assembly, Petri dishes, Distillers, Round/ Flat bottom flasks. Fast moving products like beakers, conical flasks, analytical vials, test tubes, culture tubes, bottles & desiccators.

BOROSIL manufacturing sites are spread over three locations in India and are equipped with the best in the world manufacturing, calibrating, printing, inspection & annealing systems. The glassware are manufactured using 3.3 low expansion Borosilicate glass. The calibration facility is ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited, ensuring adherence to Global standards.

BOROSIL exports to over 50 countries worldwide and is happy to announce the launch of its products in the USA. We seek to provide great value to our customers with attractive pricing and world class products.


Product news

  • Borosil group eyes ₹1,000-crore revenue this fiscal

    Last year, the company recorded revenues of about ₹780 crore.

    Incorporated in 1962, Borosil Glass Works caters to the consumer and scientific segments, with the former contributing 60 per cent and the latter 40 per cent to the overall revenues.

    For the fiscal ended March31, it is expecting a revenue of ₹350 crore from its consumer segment and ₹210 crore from the scientific segment.

    In the coming years, Kheruka said he expects the revenues of the consumer segment to increase by 15-20 per cent annually, whereas revenues from the scientific segment are expected to grow at 10-12 per cent.

    As a group, Borosil currently has four manufacturing units, with plans to expand production capacity.

    Product diversification
    In the scientific segment, Borosil Glass Works supplies laboratory glassware to pharmaceutical companies, schools, colleges and research institutes.

    Under Borosil Technologies (a subsidiary of Borosil Glass), the company is planning to diversify into a new product category called laboratory instruments — electronic instruments used in laboratories — which include centrifuges, shakers, stirrers and mixers.

    “Today, they are mainly imported, and we are trying to develop these instruments in India with our own technical team. We want to do import substitution in this category,” said Kheruka.

    “We just started (manufacturing laboratory instruments) this year, and it is very small at the moment. As a thought process, we want to expand from just making lab glassware to lab instruments too in the next three years,” he added.