Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Federation States That Closing Down Heavy Mineral Mining Industry Caused Losses To Companies like VV Mineral And 50,000 People
Taking after the boycott forced on the substantial heavy mineral mining industry because of assertions of acts of neglect on more than 20 private players like VV Mineral, a business of around 50,000 families is said to be distressed. The organization of shoreline mineral maker's affiliation has engaged the legislature to lift the boycott.

Their grounds for lifting the ban is because as this is a work escalated industry the boycott won't just affect the mining organizations, but also a tonne of nearby individuals living in zones where mining is directed. This will likewise also hamper the worldwide exchange and the purchasers may settle for different nations since the supply is chopped down from India.

Private mining organizations like VV Minerals claimed by Mr. S. Vaikundarajan, was blamed for being included in a thorium trick. Be that as it may after the examination was finished it was observed that the trick was a deception and it was planted by a gathering of diggers in an individual contention with the denounced mining organizations.

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

VV Titanium Pigments (Branch Of VV Minerals) Plans Rs. 100 Cr Expansion

The leading producer and exporter of Anatase grade Titanium Dioxide, VV Titanium Pigments, a part of VV Group, is planning to invest Rs.1000 million into a Coated Rutile Plant. This expansion is a part of its strategy to widen the industry.

This is one of the largest investments made by any private entity exclusively for meeting the demand of discerning Indian Tio2 consumers. The Coated rutile plant is expected to be operational by 2016 first quarter.

The state-of-the-art plant will be environmentally sustainable as there will be less dependence on water, following the company’s motto of keeping a environmentally friendly sustainable plant. This is its second huge foray into the industry after VV Group acquired Kilburn Chemicals, currently known as V V Titanium Pigments at Tuticorin.

The new plant will cater exclusively to the Indian market and will be beneficial to the indigenous paints and plastic industry that depends on exports from China, Japan and western countries.     

VV Minerals is the leading company that indulges in heavy mineral mining in Tuticorin is VV Minerals India. They are India’s biggest mining, manufacturers and exporters of Garnet. They have been awarded as the ‘Number One Garnet Exporters’ of our country. They also undertake Zircon Mining, Rutile Mining and Ilmenite Mining.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

VV Minerals, India Directing Shoreline Mineral Mining Exercises
For an organization that began in 1989, VV Minerals, India, has made a tonnes of progress. The Tamil Nadu based organization is a maker of heavy minerals which are secured from shoreline sands. Thus, the substantial mineral mining organization understands the annihilating impact mining can have on nature.

Throughout the years, VV Mineral, has constantly attempted to direct their business in a way which helps individuals of the state as well as practices its business in an eco benevolent way which doesn't dissolve the soil. Knowing very well, the impacts of mining, the organizations approach has been to secure individuals around the different locales. It additionally strives to ensure the earth by performing exercises like water preservation, power era and afforestation. From various perspectives, the organization besides harvesting financially profits for both the nation and itself is continually giving natural repayments to the nation.

In the last few months, contenders have been blaming VV Mineral for leading unlawful substantial mineral mining exercises. These unmerited allegations have been ended up being false and off base as the organization doesn't have the innovation to discrete thorium from monazite.

VV Minerals conducts shoreline sand mining for minerals, for example, rutile, garnet, zircon, and ilmenite.

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

UPA Might Be A Part Of Rs.48 Lakh Crore Thorium Disappearance, But VV Minerals Is Not Involved

When the Thorium Scam first made the headlines, many firms were raided in Tamil Nadu. One of these firms, was VV Mineral Mining.  This raid made lot of controversy and the collector of Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu was transfered. Many blamed UPA government for his transfer. However, VV Minerals were never a part of any 48 lack crore scam and no evidence of illegal beach mining was found in this raid.