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Milestone Years

1981 "Mr. B S Uppal started the rice processing unit at Khamano on 5 acre plot with 5 MT per hour capacity”

1990 “The firm became company, named as Lakshmi Grain Processors Pvt. Ltd. The capacity gradually rose to 30 MT per hour. This was the critical size for a fairly large unit’’

1994 “The company was converted into public limited company and named as Lakshmi Overseas Industries Ltd. Public issue was floated offering Rs.10 per share with Rs.40 as premium per share . This was followed by an issue of bonus shares in 2000’’

2001 “Plant was expanded and the production of rice bran and rice bran edible oil started. A cattle feed line was also started’’

2007 “The capacity of rice bran and edible oil were substantially raised to 300 tpd and 25 tpd respectively. New company, Punjab Greenfield Resources Ltd. was started to undertake LEAF’s growing need of an exclusive set-up for procurement, marketing and distribution’’

"Introducing superior quality products, entering new markets and redefining industry..that's how LEAF has gone beyond the mundane and established itself as India's leading agro-based Industry. "

2008 “30MW husk based power plant to generate green power came into operation. This became the world’s biggest agri based power plant’’

2009 “LEAF completed its major modernization cum expansion drive to become world’s largest mill with 1 million MT per annum capacity. It diversified into basmati space in addition to production of non-basmati rice’’

2010 “LEAF started branding of its products & focused on increasing its global footprint. A major leap forward was the incorporation of “Green Energy & Foods Pte. Ltd” (GEFPL) in Singapore’’

2011 “LEAF devised modern marketing strategies to reach entire India and enhance exports’’

2012 “A new dimension to LEAF’s working with achieving higher growth rate and expanding operations in India and abroad’’

2013 “Touching new horizons by opening offices in Dubai and Mumbai.’’