Sikko Industries Limited

About Sikko Industries Limited

Sikko Industries Limited manufactures and trades in bio-agro chemicals, pesticides, fertilizers, seeds, sprayers, packaging, machineries, and FMCG products for agriculture in India. It offers organic agro chemicals, such as organic pesticides and fungicides, sticking agents, organic plant growth promoters, and animal repellents; chemical fertilizer products, which include chelated, NPK, sulphur, and water soluble fertilizers; and organic agro products. The company also provides pesticides, fungicides, weedicides, and plant growth regulators; agricultural sprayers; vegetable and field crop seeds; and household products. It exports its products to Sri Lanka, Ivory Coast, Togo, Iran, Ghana, and Madagascar. The company was formerly known as Sikko Sprayers Limited and changed its name to Sikko Industries Limited in March 2010. Sikko Industries Limited was founded in 1997 and is based in Ahmedabad, India.

Agro Chemicals Manufacturer, Agro Chemicals supplier, Pesticides Manufacturer, Pesticides Supplier, Bio Pesticides Manufacturer, Organic Pesticides Supplier, Organic Pesticides Manufacturer, Bio Larvicide manufacturer, Bio Larvicide Supplier, Bio Miticide manufacturer, Organic Fertilizer Manufacturer


132.05USD9.9 (-7.50%)

• At close Mon Oct 10 2022

NSE exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Agricultural Inputs

Location India, Ahmedabad

Grade: AEF

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