Earlier, the company said it targeted a 25 per cent market share and turnover of Rs 200 crore by 2010. It is also setting up its third plant at Greater Noida, Mr Gupta said. ''The third unit is coming up at Greater Noida, entailing an investment of Rs 15 crore and is likely to be operational in the next 12-14 months,'' he added.
The company already has two manufacturing units in Roorkee and Uttarakhand, with a combined capacity of two lakh units annually. The firm is already exporting to Pakistan, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and is looking for some more countries. We are also coming up with our third manufacturing unit in Greater Noida, Mr Gupta added. The Indian water purifying industry is growing at over 20 per cent per annum.