Mane Kancor

MANE KANCOR, a pioneer in the field of global spice extracts, has embarked on a major expansion spree in its golden jubilee year. Established in 1969, the company has already drawn up a three-year-long expansion plan. Kancor Ingredients, now part of part of MANE, the first French group of the Flavour & Fragrance industry, since 2014, has already invested over 18 million USD in the last four years and will invest over 21 million USD in the next 36 months for the expansion of existing manufacturing facilities and setting up new facilities and incorporating new technologies.

As per the plan, MANE KANCOR will continue the expansion of its facilities located in Kerala, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh states in India. In Karnataka, the company is planning to set up an additional facility adjacent to the existing facility at Byadgi. The company is currently in the process of acquiring around 50 acres of land for setting up a new processing centre. It will act as the major processing centre of MANE KANCOR for the next 25-30 years. The company, which has two facilities in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, has also started the process of expanding both facilities. In the home state, the facility at Angamaly is all set to undergo a major revamp with focus on R&D and new products. It will take three years for the completion of the projects.