Pune, India, January 31, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Dena Synergy is the marketing arm of UK based global nanotechnology company Dena Technologies Ltd., which has announced its operation from Pune India. Dena synergy will be leveraging its marketing expertise to tap the enormous potential of nanotechnology applications for various sectors in Indian subcontinent and neighboring countries.
Dena Technologies manufacture a wide range of innovative machines and operational Plants that perform a variation of tasks from general Nanometric processing in the pharmaceutical, food & beverage and ink/paints industries to the processing end of life (EOL) tyres into a revolutionary wood replacement product with zero emissions and zero waste. Speaking on the occasion Dr. Brian Sulaiman informed, “We see a huge potential of the Dena Nanolution technology in Indian Pharma Sector to enhance the bioavailability of NCE’s as well as existing molecules and we have already started working with leading Indian companies for developing few molecules. The Indian paint industry is the sector, we have huge expectation from to get quick response and our discussions are going on with few of leading paint companies.”
Dena technology application in green field converts the used tyres into construction material for indoor/outdoor applications. The end product is durable, water proof and chemical proof, which can be sold into the markets for wood replacement, household, industrial items, construction and irrigation etc. Dena technologies has already concluded the installation of two Tyre recycling plants in India using its patented nanometric process. Dena Synergy will be responsible for commissioning and future maintenance of Dena Technologies plants.
There is huge investment in the western countries for the technologies that ensure proper recycling of waste materials like tyres. This not only protects the environment from toxic waste but also deliver the finished products for utilization as wood replacement thus helping us save many trees. These end products have finish equivalent to wood but have better life and water resistance qualities comparatively, and are much economical compared to wood. “Presently finished products from Indian tyre recycling plants will be exported to western countries but we see huge potential for these products in Indian coastal areas and we will be creating the market for these finished products in India in the time to come,” added Mr. Rahul Shringarpure, Managing Director of Dena Synergy.