Doshion is a Rs 220 crore Ahmedabad based, water management company. It is a leading solutions provider and dedicated to purification of water with a wide gamut of water management services, spanning a whole spectrum of technologies from simple DI plants to large and complex turnkey projects on an engineering, procurement and construction scale. Over a period of three decades the company has completed more than a thousand successful projects. With an average growth of 45-50 percent over the last 13 years, attractive profits that ensure a regular dividend and trained manpower strength of more than 800 people has established its leading position in the Indian market. In the next few years, Doshion’s sole target is to be a leading global water management company. The company has consistently grown by providing products and services of international standards to maintain high level of customer satisfaction and profitability, to enhance shareholder value and opportunities to employees.
In 1992, Doshion became the first Indian company to supply four numbers fully automatic sea water—water maker at ONGC offshore—against international competition to produce water as per WHO drinking standards. In 1998, it tied up with Kinetico USA as its exclusive distributor for manufacturing and distribution of fully automatic non-electric filtration/softening and de-mineralisation systems in the Indian sub-continent. The company also has an established assembly and testing centre at Kathwada, Ahmedabad, to ensure that all the systems are tested for system reliability and to avoid site problems. As a part of the forward integration process, Doshion has joined hands with Buckman Laboratories, which is a water treatment chemical major for manufacture, marketing, supply and servicing the diverse and wide Indian market.
The company, with an order book of nearly Rs 300 crore, has recently been awarded a Rs 50 crore turnkey project from Indian Oil Corporation to build the world’s largest refinery effluent recycling plant at Haldia in West Bengal, providing comprehensive waste water treatment, recycling and de-mineralisation at the rate of 1,250 cubic metres per hour.
This project is scheduled to be commissioned by September 2008. The company has also been asked by the Rajasthan State Mines and Minerals Limited (RSMML) to set up a 20 million litres per day (MLD) brackish water desalination plant.