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Mr. Martin Trust visits Brandix India Apparel City
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Jan '08
Mr. Martin Trust, founder of Brandot International Ltd a leading investment firm that specializes in creating joint venture partnerships with apparel and textile companies, visited Brandix India Apparel City, a 1000 acre Integrated Apparel City being developed in a Special Economic Zone in Visakhapatnam.

Based on an innovative 'fiber-to-store' concept, BIAC is a first of its kind in the world, with capabilities in spinning, fabric, accessory and apparel manufacture supported by services such as centralized logistics, training facilities, laboratories and other ancillary requirements all under one roof, making it a fully integrated one-stop shop for end-to-end apparel solutions.

Martin Trust began his stellar career in the apparel and textile industry in 1958. In 1970, he was a founder of MAST Industries Inc, which he sold to Limited Brands in 1978. He retained his position as President and CEO of MAST until his retirement in 2001.

During his tenure, MAST grew from a small sweater supplier to an international contract apparel manufacturer with annual sales of $ 1.5 billion.

An entrepreneur with over 50 years of apparel and textile industry experience, Martin Trust was also a member of the Board of Directors of Limited Brands until 2003.

Brandot was founded in 2001 by Martin Trust and the company was created through the amalgamation of four existing manufacturing companies previously owned by The Limited Inc. [now known as Limited Brands].


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