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GSP Crop gets go-ahead from Delhi High Court for manufacturing and marketing CTPR in India

One of India’s first agrochemical company to manufacture and sell Chlorantraniliprole (CTPR), an insecticide product to protect sugarcane, rice, soyabean, pulses and vegetables.

Ahmedabad, 16th November 2022: GSP Crop Science, a leader in the agrochemical business gets the final clearance from Delhi High Court to manufacture and sell Chlorantraniliprole (CTPR), which is an insecticide product in India. The Hon’ble Delhi High Court on 14th November 2022, dismissed FMC’s application for interim injunction in CS (Comm) 662/2022 (FMC Corporation vs GSP Crop Science) thereby clearing the way for GSP’s launch of its CTPR product.
The Hon’ble Court held IN’004 (suit patent) prima facie invalid on grounds of prior claiming and proceeded to impose a cost of Rs. 2,00,000 on FMC for their attempts at evergreening their monopoly and for the many material misrepresentations and suppressions by them before the Hon’ble Court and the Patent Office. With this fresh direction, GSP Crop will now manufacture and sell CTPR under Make in India Initiative to benefits the farmers and customers at large.
The suit was filed by FMC Corporation, USA and its two group companies i.e. FMC Agro Singapore Pvt Ltd and FMC India Pvt Ltd seeking inter alia, an injunction restraining the infringement of Indian Patent No. IN252004 titled “Method for Preparing Fused Oxazinones from Ortho-Amino Aromatic Carboxylic Acid and a Carboxylic Acid in the presence of a Sulfonyl Chloride and Pyridine” against Ahmedabad based GSP Crop Science Ltd. The FMC Group companies are into manufacturing, marketing and sales of chemicals including Agro-chemicals.
Chlorantraniliprole (CTPR) provides an effective and long duration of insect control with its unique mode of action in crops like sugarcane, rice, soyabean, pulses and vegetables by controlling all lepidoptera and other species. It is also toxic to insect eggs, larvae and pupae on contact. CTPR has an excellent bottom-up intake and transportation in plants and effectively penetrates plants from root to stem.
On this significant win, Bhavesh Shah, managing director of GSP Crop Science said, “GSP is delighted to provide the Indian market with CTPR (Chlorantraniliprole) under the brand name Helipro and Ballot. With the Honorable Delhi High Court clearing us to make the product affordable and easily accessible to the farming community of India. GSP promises to provide as we have in the past best quality product for our customers”.
GSP Crop Science Pvt Ltd – is amongst the leading manufacturers of agrochemicals in India. It manufactures a wide range of “technical” and “formulations” of insecticides, fungicides, herbicides (crop protection solutions) and plant regulators for Indian agriculture and farmers’ community.
With a financial turnover of Rs 1200 crore annually and four manufacturing units in Gujarat and Jammu & Kashmir, GSP Crop Science comprises more than 70 branded products – which gets marketed through a network of 6,500 distributors, over 30,000 dealers and 34 depots in India and exports to 25 countries.
For more details, please contact:
Manish Garg, Legal Department, GSP Crop | 9974703732
Hemchandra Shetty, Concept PR | 9821412356

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