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Trident commissions yarn spinning unit in Punjab
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Feb '12
Leading textile player Trident Limited (TL), announced the commissioning of its new Yarn Spinning Unit (TYS-5) with an installed capacity of 65,280 spindles at its Sanghera facility in Barnala (Punjab).

The expansion project of the yarn spinning facilities is being implemented in a phased manner which envisages setting up of 275,904 spindles and 2,040 rotors including other balancing equipments at a total cost of Rs. 1,117 Crores; the project shall be fully completed by the third quarter of 2013. With this commissioning, the total yarn spinning capacity of the company has increased to 2,89,728 spindles.

The new plant is equipped with latest state of the art technology and manufactures Combed Yarn in the count range of 20s to 40s. It uses the latest Link system, Automatic roving Transport & Auto Waste collection systems ensuring more productivity, process consistency & security and reduces the human touch.

With addition of new manufacturing facilities, the primary focus of the Company would be more on value added products for niche segment of high end International and Domestic markets.

Trident Limited is the flagship Company of Rs. 36 Billion, Trident Group, India. The Company is committed to position itself as most reliable global Company in textiles segment. The Company deploys state of the art manufacturing technology coupled with appropriate human capital, systems for impeccable service levels and exports to more than 75 countries around the world. The Company has created a wide product portfolio & provides innovative & customized products to suit customer requirements. It figures amongst one of India's largest yarn spinners, world's largest terry towel manufacturers & world's largest wheat straw based paper manufacturers, & has interests in Chemicals & Power Generation too.

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