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KPR Mills: Phenomenal educational initiatives make many unfulfilled dreams come true

It has been rightly said that ‘Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world’, and so perhaps, feels the KPR Group from Coimbatore… In fact education today has become one of the primary CSR strategies of many Indian textile and apparel exporters, and KPR Group is one such organization that has attained an edge in this regard. Being one of the largest vertically integrated apparel manufacturing companies, KPR has a […]

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Silver Spark Apparel Ethiopia now operational!

Silver Spark Apparel Ethiopia, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Raymond, India-based textile and apparel conglomerate, has cut the ribbons of its Greenfield garment manufacturing facility at Hawassa Industrial Park (HIP) in Ethiopia. The inauguration was done by Hailemariam Desalegn, Prime Minister, Ethiopia along with Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman & Managing Director, Raymond Ltd. The state-of-the-art garment manufacturing facility will primarily cater to US and European markets and is expected to generate employment for over 2,500 people in […]

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Technology and Sustainability – Growth drivers for Wear Well…

Multi-pronged growth strategies, adherence to standards and compliance, structural changes for building a team, innovations through product development, and adoption of technological advancements to improve production efficiency are the factors that helped Wear Well India Pvt. Ltd. to become a US $ 25 million turnover company in the last one decade. Being a Delhi-NCR-based garment export house, it has a clear vision to keep moving with a planned 50,000 square feet factory in Noida and […]

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Pan Brothers to set up new factories

Indonesia-based textile and garment exporter Pan Brothers has announced an investment plan of US $ 35-37 million for 2017. “US $ 30 million from the capex is allocated for construction of Eco Smart factory while remaining will be used for the maintenance of existing factories,” said Anne Patricia Sutanto, Deputy Director of the company. There will be two new factories under PT Eco Smart Garment Indonesia in Central Java, to be finished later this year. […]

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Isabella Socks Manufacturing receives BSCI certification

The Ethiopian facility of Sri Lanka-based Isabella Socks Manufacturing PLC has received an A+ status under Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI), a leading supply chain management system that supports companies to drive social compliance and improvements within the factories in their global supply chains. It implements the principle of international labour standards protecting workers’ rights such as International Labour Organization conventions and declarations, the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and guidelines […]

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Classic Group: Treading the path where vision meets innovation

During its almost two-decade old journey, Classic Group has become a source of inspiration for several manufacturers and export houses in Bangladesh. Under the young and effervescent leadership of Md. Taief Azmi Irfan (Director), the company has adopted numerous innovative strategies and measures, including lean manufacturing, decentralization of authority and effective quality control process, which has helped them to create a space of their own in the crowd of manufacturers. In an exclusive discussion with […]

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Brandix emerges as Sri Lanka’s most valuable export brand

Sri Lanka’s largest apparel exporter – Brandix has been ranked country’s most valuable export brand for the third consecutive year in Brand Finance’s 2017 ranking of the country’s leading brands. It also won Gold and two special awards for excellence in ‘Talent Management’ and ‘Learning & Development’ at the 2015-16 National Human Capital Management (HCM) Awards gala (formerly known as the National HRM Awards), once again demonstrating the Group’s commitment to its people. The most […]

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Eastern Group Outmanoeuvres Chittagong Challenge

Despite being a port city and the original apparel manufacturing hub of Bangladesh, Chittagong poses certain difficulties in providing proper industrial ecosphere for growth. Elaborating on the same, Nasir Uddin Chowdhary, Managing Director of Eastern Group discusses the pros and cons of being in Chittagong with Team Apparel Online… Chittagong, which around 20 years back held 35 per cent share of total exports, has now fallen down to 15 per cent. “The Government is in support, but […]

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‘Find Agencies’ looking for new and potential markets

Noida-based Find Agencies Private Limited (FAPL), an almost three-decade old company, is eyeing market expansion for which it is exploring the US and Scandinavian market. FAPL, a sister concern of Francis Wacziarg Group of companies, is currently working mostly with France, which contributes around 75 per cent of its total business and rest of the 25 per cent is from countries like Italy, Finland, Spain, UK and Australia. Aristide Samuel, Director of the company informed, “Despite the […]

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Niche – The Saviour!

Diminishing profit margins in basic products have pushed many small- and medium-sized garment manufacturers to the brink, but the gritty and the resourceful have managed to find in niche just what they were looking for to not only survive and sustain, rather prosper! Chittagong-based Mars Apparels with two factories – Mars Apparels Ltd. and Mars Sportswear Ltd., is one such name which has been built on its inherent strength in knits, creating a niche for […]

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Three start-up units in apparel export arena; niche products their success route

In a time when established Indian apparel exporters are finding it difficult to survive because of the near recessionary market, few young companies are not only entering into apparel export market, but are growing too. All these companies have a niche focus, participate at international sourcing fairs and are also exploring new customers from across the world for further growth. Meet Tushar Sharma, an IIT Delhi pass-out… Rather than exploring engineering, he forayed into designer […]

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Shivalik Prints: A company that believes in taking challenges

Producing 50 tonnes of knitted fabric per day and processing 98 per cent of its in-house to convert into 2,00,000 knitted garments for exports by the end of the day is just not the only thing that makes Shivalik Group the largest knitting company in northern India. Apart from the available water recycling facilities, its processing units are solar equipped which generate 1.5 MW power and is headed to become the largest biologically zero-discharge apparel factory in […]

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Bir Horizons creating niche in rotary printing

Being one of the top fabric manufacturing and process houses in Delhi-NCR region, Bir Horizons is known for its knitting, dyeing, rotary printing, raising and sueding capabilities. The company derives its strength from real assets – manpower and experienced management, besides manufacturing in-house fabric with installed machines to deliver an array of premium quality fabrics. In conversation with Apparel Online, Jasbir Singh, MD of Bir Horizons shares how Delhi-NCR is growing as a knitting hub […]

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Aquarelle standardizing systems across the globe

A foreign company by origin, but an Indian company by team, Bangalore based Aquarelle is a benchmark example of how to run a global company using standardised procedures and processes. The casual wear division of CIEL Textile Group, Mauritius, Aquarelle has even standardized the machines used on the production floor across all factory locations along with their model numbers and brands, according to the operations. The company believes in presenting a global face and it […]

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140 workers on strike at Tri Star Apparel Exports over unpaid wages

Around 140 workers at the Tri Star Apparel Exports garment factory in Sri Lanka have staged a protest over unpaid wages and a number of problems including delayed salaries, unpaid gratuity to retired workers, company’s failure to contribute to social security fund as required by law, and other. Commerce and Industrial Workers Union (CIWU) members and workers at the factory went on a strike when the wages for the month of October 2016 that were […]

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