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Mandhana to enhance garment production capacity
06
Dec '11
Mumbai-based Mandhana Industries is enhancing its garment production capacity by setting up two new garment production facilities in Maharashtra.

Presently, the firm already operates four garment units in Tumkur and Peenya in Bangalore, with an overall production capacity of 3.6 million pieces per year.

However, even while operating at their fullest strength, these units are not being able to meet the demand from its clients, and the firm outsources around one-fourth of its requirements from vendors.

The Rs. 8.4 billion company has decided to invest Rs. 1.5 billion for setting up two new plants in Baramati and Tarapur in Maharashtra, and has already allocated Rs. 700 million for the same.

The two plants are likely to commence operations in March or April next year and it would boost the firm's production capacity by almost 2.5-3 times.

The firm has global brands like French Connection, Pepe and Armani in its clientele. Moreover, besides exports, it also caters to the domestic market through fabric sales.

During last year, the firm clocked around Rs. 1.52 billion in export revenues, while this year's revenues are likely to come to around Rs. 1.75 billion.

Further, Mandhana is also likely to penetrate in retail space in association with Bollywood star Salman Khan's non-profit charitable organization – Being Human Foundation – as it has obtained exclusive rights to design, market and distribute the Being Human apparel collection.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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