Shirpur Gold Refinery

Shirpur Gold Refinery (BSE: 512289|NSE: AGEEGOLD) is India's first[3][4][5] and Asia's largest gold refinery[6][7] headquartered in Mumbai. It is a green field precious metal refinery with installed capacity to refine 217 MT p.a. of gold and silver respectively in Shirpur, Dhule and Maharashtra.[8] SGRL is a Public Ltd Company with its shares listed in BSE & NSE.[9]

Shirpur Gold Refinery
Public Company
Traded asBSE: 512289
IndustryPrecious metals
HeadquartersMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Key people
Chintan A. Patel, Managing Director[1]
Number of employees
3809 (2010)
ParentEssel Group[2]

It is a state-of-the-art refinery, occupying a 50-acre (200,000 m2) complex set up at a cost of 2.5 billion (US$36 million). It is among the most advanced in the world and also owns its own airport with 24-hour landing facilities.[10]


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