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Trident expands Budhni open-end spinning capacity
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Jul '14
After recently unveiling the world’s largest terry towel plant, Trident Group aims to surpass the bounds of being the world’s largest integrated home textile manufacturer and continues to expand and modernize its capacities making it comparable with global standards. 
 
Trident Limited (Trident), the flagship Company of the Group, commissioned an open end yarn spinning expansion project on July 15, 2014, having manufacturing capacity of approximately 10,000 TPA of cotton open end yarn for meeting its yarn requirement for the terry towel unit in Budhni. 
 
Trident has yarn manufacturing facilities at Sanghera, Punjab and Budni, M.P. with total 3.66 Lac spindles and 3,584 rotors. Apart from the existing capacities of yarn manufacturing, the newly commissioned open end yarn spinning project at Budhni now adds another 1920 rotors to its capacities. 
 
Trident commissioned the project within the envisaged cost and time schedule. With an investment of Rs. 60 crore on this expansion project, Trident has stepped forward towards self-reliant manufacturing processes as this open end yarn spinning project will serve the purpose of meeting its yarn requirement for the terry towel unit in Budhni. 
 
With this backward integration, Trident aims to improve its profitability and move further towards becoming self-reliant home textiles unit.
 

Trident Group


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