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This Indian textile company will produce 1L pcs at hinganghat textile park

(Dharmender Sharma, Director, Shyam Baba Trends Pvt Ltd with Ritesh Surana From Hinganghat Textile Park.)


To promote “Make in India a new textile park was allotted in Maharastra” to the textile city of Hinganghat in Wardha District under the new SITP scheme of 2012 – 2017. The park under the name of “Hinganghat Integrate textile park” is being jointly promoted by Gimatex, Bhagirath, Anoop Textiles, Elecon, and others who have come together to form a Special Purpose Vehicle(SPV). It is being set up in an area with ample availability of cotton, polyester and other raw material so as to ensure win-win situation for entrepreneurs and the farmers. The park will be developed in 32 acres of land with an estimated investment of Rs. 350 crores and employment generation capability of around 2,200 people.

“We are optimistic that this textile park will become huge and very important as from yarn to finished garment all will be available under one roof. We are going ahead under the guidance of Prashant Mohota MD, Gimatex Industries Pvt Ltd,” informed Dharmender Sharma, Director, SHYAM BABA TRENDS PVT LTD

SHYAM BABA TRENDS PVT LTD has been offered to set up a garment factory at the newly developed park. “We have recently installed 250 machines and have already trained 300 women workers, our commercial production would commence by October 1st,” informed Dharmendra. He further added, “We will start with manufacturing for domestic brands and once it is settled we will move towards expansion and get into exports as well,” he added.

The company will be making men’s shirt, trousers and women’s tops and to attain high quality standards have installed high tech machinery for sewing, finishing, fabric checking and other operations as well. “We are relying more on European technology, in fact, for finishing we have gone ahead with machines from Rotondi,” said Dharmendra. With the intention to provide more jobs and a ready market for Gimatex products, both the Central and state governments have offered some exciting schemes for the new textile park. Since it is a cluster both domestic and foreign companies can set up units there. Common infrastructure, capital subsidy on the investment, power cost to be approximately Rs. 4.5 per unit and many other schemes are being offered to attract new investments. “We have planned to produce 4000 pieces per day and 1,00,000 pieces per month,” he informed.

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