Our Heritage

Krishi Rasayan Exports Pvt. Ltd., specializing in crop and soil care solutions, founded a partnership firm in 1972 by Late Sri Parmanand Churiwala and Shri Lakhpat Rai Agarwal. It commenced operation with a small pesticide formulation unit in Muzaffarpur, which is one of the oldest Agrochemical units in the Country by date.

Krishi Rasayan Exports Pvt. Ltd. has stood the test of time, traversing a long way from being just two BHC Formulation Units to now becoming a major player in the Agrochemicals business through continuous process of upgradation, development and interest changes according to market requirements.

Seven composite manufacturing plants all over India are dedicated to producing Crop Protection products like Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides, PGR. Our primary focus for past few years has been on soil health and plant nutrition products like Sea-weeds and Algae based Micro-Nutrients, Bio-Stimulants, Organic Nutrients rich produce in collaboration with technologies know how from oversea collaborations.

Krishi Rasayan Exports Pvt. Ltd. (KREPL) has ISO 9001-2000 Certification for its units in Baddi (H.P.), Samba (J&K), Panoli (Gujarat), in recognition of its quality system. KREPL products have achieved tremendous recognition from growers and agriculture input users from pan India.

The group has been able to carve a niche for itself in the highly growing competitive Agro chemicals market having very well established seven manufacturing plants about 70-80 products in the portfolio, well-established distribution and marketing network throughout all the major Agricultural Sates and Union territories with 22 branch offices spread across the country, presence having channel partners, business associates and subsidiaries at strategic locations namely USA, Dubai, Hongkong, Bangladesh, Mexico and Ukraine.

Mr. Atul Churiwal

Chairman cum Managing Director

Mr. Atul Churiwal is the Chairman cum Managing Director of KREPL. He is a passionate business leader, a true visionary and has an experience of over four decades. He is highly valued in the industry for his expertise and opinion of changing and upcoming technology. Mr. Churiwal’s aim is to make KREPL a complete name for all farm related needs of our proud farmers and customers. He is much appreciated amongst his employees because of his connect and care for them. He carries an extra-ordinary drive and determination towards achieving his vision of bringing the latest crop protection molecules and technologies around the world to Indian farmers and has made ‘KRISHAJ’ a household name amongst them. He was the President of Merchant Chamber of Commerce, Kolkata in 2007, which is one of the Premier Chamber of Commerce of the Country. He has been awarded the Udyog Patra by the Institute of Trade of Development, New Delhi in 1997 for Innovation in Business. He has also been awarded the Honorary Membership of International Who’s Who Historical Society, New York, USA in 2008.

Vandan Churiwal​


Vandan is a third generation Entrepreneur, who joined Krishi Rasayan in 2016, after completing his graduation from The University of Warwick.

Since then, he has played an active role in the daily activities of the company and is currently spearheading the Seeds and Tissue Culture department of the company.

He aspires to grow his family business with higher levels of Innovation by leveraging the use of technology. He believes Agrochemicals are to crops what medicines are to humans, thus it is his company’s utmost responsibility to manufacture products that can have a long-lasting effect for better yields for farmers.

Krishi Rasayan’s Best of Eventful Journey


Countries across globe


Partners in India


State of the art manufacturing Sites


R&D Center

Corporate Social Responsibility

KRISHAJ is a company that is known to work on values and principles and believes in giving back to the society. Keeping this in mind, we try and launch initiatives and participate in activities which are beneficial for large scale people under Corporate Social Responsibility. Under this initiative we hope to generate education opportunities, educate farmers about the upcoming technology, and provide health and hygiene services and empowering women.

Culture Of Giving

Creating a positive impact…

Social responsibility is defined as the “responsibility of business of contributing to society”.There can be many levels of social responsibility, like the responsibility of the business to be profitable for growth of GDP, legal responsibility (businesses must comply with the law and regulations), ethical and moral responsibility. All these converge into a single end objective: To bring about a positive change in society

For an organization catering to agribusiness sector and having farmer at the center of its offerings; research spending of millions for developing new crop protection products, which ultimately contribute to increasing crop yields is a noble way of doing the same.

KREPL in its endeavor to give back has taken multiple initiatives for the same. Some of ongoing initiatives are: Donating medicines to poor, monetary help to poor and needy, constructing infrastructure to encourage sports participation, awareness programs focused on sanitation and hygiene.

To further enhance the impact and develop an organization wide approach towards social responsibility, we have decided to establish a Culture of Giving. Various CSR initiatives of our organization, ongoing as well upcoming will be undertaken in this initiative. Proposals for initiatives can be submitted by team members. Geographically, we will be focusing on 15 states across the country, basis the inputs from local team and NGO partners.

Moving forward, our plan is to develop a society centric approach in our organization through various initiatives/workshops led by senior leaders. As of now, we have shortlisted few areas to focus our interventions in the domain; these include Poverty alleviation, rural hygiene and nutrition, agriculture, sports infrastructure, and female health.

At the outset, we are still a long way from developing our footprint in the social domain, but we are progressing in the right direction.