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Well-established label production unit for sale in India
15
Sep '12
Under its new initiative of – ‘Used Machinery’ section, fibre2fashion is pleased to showcase an investment opportunity to investors across the globe, to take over a running, well established and profitable ‘Label Manufacturing’ unit located in a very peaceful & well-developed state in India.

The fully air-conditioned plant has capacity to produce 60 million labels per annum. It is equipped with state-of-art label production machinery, which includes weaving machines, cut & fold machines, fusing machines, Mu-sonic, Ultrasonic, Warping, etc, of which, nearly 70 percent are less than 10 years old.

It has a wind power facility of 1550 KW and space to add an additional 800KW is available. The labour force is skilled and well-trained. The plant is in close vicinity of a major commercial Indian metro city, with nearby air and port connectivity.

The plant has a capacity to cater to large orders, strong intellectual knowledge and market network and on an average 60-70 percent of orders is repeat orders catering to Indian and global brands. It enjoys a reputation as a quality manufacturer in India, which can supply quality labels and patches at short notice.

The opportunities for those interested in taking over are unlimited. They include - leverage of existing client base and for also entering new business verticals, enough space available for expansion, export reach can be enhanced through rigorous marketing efforts and many others.

The plant has the know-how to produce various labels like –
- Woven Labels - warp wise and density wise.
- Main labels - Wash care labels- Size labels-Pocket labels – Zipper Puller
- Quality: White Satin - Black Satin – White Taffeta – Black Taffeta
- Density Wise: Damask, Semi Damask, Simple, Overlapping
- Woven Patches, Printed Patches, Die cut patches of different shapes and sizes for Kids Wear, for fixing on School Bags, Caps, etc can be produced.
- Woven Tags: Now used as substitute for paper hangtags in packaging garments.

Sounds interesting! Doesnt it?

Click here to know more about the plant and to contact the ‘Used Machinery’ section of fibre2fashion. 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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