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  India is a poor and populous nation, poised to become the world’s most populated country in 2023.

  A burgeoning population drives a continual increase in demand for food and therefore, a proportionate increase in demand for fertilisers.

  India is the world’s 2nd largest consumer of fertilisersand meets this demand by being the 2nd largest producer. However, we still rely heavily on imports being the 2nd largest importer of fertilisers.

  Land, being a finite resource and agricultural land being lost to increased urbanisation calls for a coordinated effort to ensure perpetual food security and allay any fears of food scarcity.

  Therefore, there is increasing pressure to derive higher crop yields from a decreasing quantum of agricultural land and also reduce overdependence on imports, all in a sustainable manner. This is where Silverline comes in.

Working Towards Zero Hunger

Fighting Climate Change

Revolutionising the Fertiliser Industry

Standing for Sustainability

  Silverline is aligned with the global push towards integrating Sustainability as a key element in any organisation’s Best Business Practices.

  We are uniquely positioned in the market to work towards fulfilling key Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the UN such as Zero Hunger and Climate Action.

  Our products serve as an alternate to synthetic and chemical fertilisers which adulterate the soil and harm crop health over time due to repeated and excessive application.

  Alternate fertilisers promoted by us have led to significant reduction in methane (CH4) and ammonia (NH3) emissions and also help neutralise highly acidic or alkaline soils, restoring soil health and replenishing their potency, thereby protecting future generations’ food security.

Social Commitment

  Social Responsibility is at the heart of Silverline’s ethos as the company was founded with its very vision reflecting the same.

  The Government of India’s public expenditure on fertiliser subsidy is drastically increasing YoY to ensure the nation’s food security.

  It has reached an unprecedented high of $32 billion in the current FY23 (from only $11 billion in FY20), further exacerbated by the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.Hence, there is a crucial need of the hour for adoption of alternates to subsidised fertilisers and reducing overdependence on imports.

  Therefore, both directly and indirectly, we are improving the livelihoods of farmers, an economically vulnerable section of the population, through supply of sustainable and low-cost alternates and also reducing the subsidy burden of the Government, thereby enabling efficient reallocation of resources towards other social initiatives.


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