Dai-ichi Karkaria is one of the pioneering specialty chemical companies in India. We commenced production in 1963, in technical collaboration with the renowned Dai-ichi Kogyo Seiyaku Co. Ltd., of Japan. We have over 50 years of experience in the development and manufacture of high-performance specialty chemicals for various applications.

Reaction Capabilities

With years of experience in complex reactions, we are able to manufacture speciality chemicals catering to various different industries.  Our typical reactions include Alkoxylation, Esterification & Transesterification, Emulsification, Polymerisation, Sulfonation, Quarternisation, and Phosphorylation.

Research & Development

Dai-ichi’s R&D center is recognized by the Department of Science & Technology (Government of India) and has won awards for its innovative research and import substitution work. Our R&D team is dedicated to resolving customer challenges and working towards constant improvement in creating value-added products and solutions.

Quality Policy

Our batch to batch consistency, through rigorous testing at every stage of the manufacturing process, is what positions Dai-ichi as a trusted, reliable supplier for high-performance specialty chemicals. Our comprehensive quality systems are being constantly upgraded, ensuring the continuous improvement of our products and processes.



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Paints, Coatings & Pigments


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