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Registered speciality coatings and adhesives firm Jesons Industries filed its IPO papers with SEBI. As a prominent supplier to the Indian paint industry, the company claims to be a leading manufacturer of specialty coated emulsions (SCE) and water-based, pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSA) in the tape and label markets.
End-user sectors such as paints, packaging, and chemicals used in the manufacturing of textiles, leather, carpet, and paper are all served by the company's goods. Polymers of Vinyl Acetate and Acrylic Polymers, which are utilized in SCEs and PSAs, are one of the leading exporters of Polymers of Vinyl Acetate and Acrylic Polymers, according to the firm. Polymers of Vinyl Acetate and Acrylic Polymers totalled 6,687 tons and 38,888 tons respectively in Fiscal Year 2021, with India accounting for 52.9% and 36.1% of total exports.
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When will the Jesons Industries IPO go place?
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