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Rupa featured in Limca Book of Records for sixth time
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May '10
It's another enviable record from the market leader! Rupa & Co. Ltd. has been adjudged the 'Largest Hosiery Manufacturer in India' by the 'Limca Book of Records' for the sixth year!

Since its inception, Rupa has been striving towards perfection of performance and optimization of resources. This has led to Rupa becoming India's No. 1 Hosiery Brand. Since 2005, Rupa has been awarded the record for being the largest hosiery manufacturer in India by the prestigious 'Limca Book of Records'.

Today, Rupa & Co. is India's leading knitwear company, with such well-known and well-loved brands like Frontline, Macroman, Air, Bumchums, Euro, Softline, Kidline, Footline, Jon, Thermocot, Hunk in its portfolio.

It has an annual turnover of more than Rs. 500 crores, and an amazing annual growth rate of over 20%. The Rupa name is popular not just all over India but also in countries across the world, like the Middle East. Truly, Rupa is a global Indian success story.

This huge success story is because of the consistently high standards of each and every Rupa product. Rupa, a name is synonymous with quality and innovation, style and comfort.

With each product, technical knowhow and superior fabric are used to bring the final result – the satisfaction of the customer. This customer-orientation makes Rupa the brand that is closest to the hearts of millions of Indians.

Six years, as the largest hosiery manufacturer is definitely a major milestone. But Team Rupa does not believe in resting on its laurels.

As P.R.Agarwala, Chairman, enthusiastically says, “This stupendous run of continuing success has been possible because of the continuous and pro-active support of our dealers and customers. Together we shall take Rupa & Co. to even greater successes and higher peaks. Six is just the beginning! Let's aim for a century!”

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