Shri Ram
Solvent Extractions
Pvt. Ltd.


Mr. Sharat Goel, Director)

Mr. Sanjay Goel, Director

Shri Ram Solvent Extractions Pvt. Ltd.

Shri Ram Solvent Extractions Pvt. Ltd. is a Private Ltd. Company run by professionals such as Mr. Sharat Goel (Management Graduate, MBA) and Mr. Sanjay Goel (MBA). The company has a present turnover of $ 3 Million.

We have our own state-of-the-art facility of production chain spread over 15,000 sqm. area located in the sacred hills of Uttaranchal, India. We have been exclusively processing Neem Kernel since last 10 years thereby having our own quality raw material required for manufacturing each and every value added product of Neem. In India, we are the largest processors of Neem Kernel.





iso certificate

An ISO 9001 – 2008 Company

More then ten registered trade mark
Highestprocessor of Neem in India consecutively three years.

iso certificate

ISO 9001:2000


SEA Award

Highest Processor of Neem Seeds


Organic Certificate

Organic Certificate of our Product from Government of India approved state agency Uttrakhand state Organic Certification agency.


Phytosanitary Certificate

3- Government of India, Agri. deptt. has approved our Neem Cake free from any Phototoxic ingredient


Quality Standard Mark Certificate

Government of India has provided the quality standard mark for Neem oil ‘Neem Excel®’.



Idma Lab Certificate

Government of India approved lab has tested our Neem Cake ‘Neem Plus’ free from heavy metal residues, toxic residues etc.

Neem - need of Today and Tomorrow

Neem is an evergreen tree native to the Indian subcontinent, and can grow almost all types of soils and agro-climatic conditions. it has been regarded as a 'Wonder tree', with a vast range of medicinal properties, and products derived from this tree can be used by farmers as pesticides and as "Nitrification Inhibitor" when Neem cake is used in combination with urea.

To harness the qualities of this wonder tree, many programs are being implemented by the "UNITED NATION DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION" (UNIDO) / Regional network On pesticide for Asia and the Pacific (RENPAP).

Neem in Agriculture

The Neem possesses many biological activities such as insecticial, nematicidal, bactericidal, spermicidal, antiviral, antifungal, diuretic and antipuretic etc.

Plants containing biotoxins can be more interesting than synthetic chemical pesticides due to its inherent combination of chemical substances. Neem, a natural bio-toxin, tested carefully, proved to be great promise for being used as natural pesticides.

Biological Effects of Neem

More than 100 triterpenoid Compounds have been isolated and identified. These compounds possess different biological activity. The compounds have been grouped as below –

1) Azadirachtin and its analogues group

AZADIRACHTINE : A wonderful triterpinoid, a tetranor triterpenoid

Among these Azadirachtine (C35H44O16) is the main active ingredient. It has antifeedant, repellent, insecticidal, nematicidal, fungicidal, insect growth regulator and sterilization properties. It interferes with ecdysone, the key insect moulting hormone and prevents larvae and pupae of the insect from completing the moulting process. It does not develop resistance in the insects. It is presumed that aza stimulate the neuron which is responsible for antifeedant activities. Such compounds are termed as ‘deterrent neuron’. These neurones are stimulated by aza in case of Pieris brassicae, Lymantria dispar, Hypsipyla grandella, Spodoptera exempta, S. littoralis, S. frugiperda, Helicoverpa armigera and Mamestra brassicae. This aza when goes inside the host causes growth disturbances and act as insect growth regulator. Aza does not have bad effects on mammals, birds and useful insects. 

2) Azadirachtol group

3) Meliacarpin

4) Azadirone group 

5) Gedunim group

6) Amooras tatin and vepinin group

7) Vilosenin group 

8) Nimbin group

9) Salanin group