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Globe Textiles opens new facility in Ahmedabad Apparel SEZ
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May '15
Poised for extensive growth in coming times, Globe Textiles (India) Pvt. Ltd. (GTIPL) recently opened its new plant in the Ahmedabad Apparel SEZ.

“GTIPL’s production facility has specific areas allotted for stores, cutting, stitching, trims and packing besides administrative spaces,” a press release from GTIPL informed.

The plant has been so designed to use natural light and ventilation, thereby saving precious energy and conserving natural resources while catering exclusively to global clients.

Bhavik Parikh, CEO at GTIPL said, “This new facility will be a harbinger for growth, in our core business areas of denim jeans and home textiles.”

“Our existing capacity of over 4,000 jeans will get augmented with this new SEZ facility which has been setup keeping in mind best manufacturing practices and adopting environmentally friendly processes,” he added.

According to Parikh, GTIPL will introduce a range of denim jeans in various fits, finishes and styles to satiate fashionistas of all categories and which will also help meet specific demands from overseas clients.

“Recent market trends indicate that Indian exports of denim and readymade garments to the US have been promising, while those to the EU and other South East Asian markets too are picking up,” GTIPL noted.

“GTIPL will reach out to its target markets on the basis of goodwill, right product at right price, quality products and on-time deliveries,” Parikh concluded by saying.

Since 1995, GTIPL has been a leading textiles player from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India and offers all types of yarns, fabrics in 100 per cent cotton and fabrics made from blends of cotton and manmade fibres.

Its product range also includes polyester products like scarfs, lungis/sarongs and dress materials; home textile products like bed sheets, bed covers and cushions and readymade garments which include denim jeans for men and women, jeggings and cotton trousers. (AR)

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