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Zenitex aspires to enter Mauritian market
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Apr '15
Surat, Gujarat-based textile dyeing company Zenitex is aspiring to enter the Mauritian market after an industrial visit made by delegates from Mauritius.
 
Zenitex came into limelight after the company won the first prize of the National Energy Conservation Award for ‘Textiles’ in December 2011. A relatively small unit, Zenitex takes the energy issue seriously—efficiency of combustion is optimal, along with impeccable maintenance.
 
Recycling of water, heat recovery, rain water harvesting, use of natural light and installation of inverter control systems on engines are some of the measures adopted by Zenitex for energy conservation.
 
Dr. Khalil Elahee and Mr. Abdel Khoodaruth from Energy Efficiency Committee, Mauritius, visited Zenitex’s Sachin plant. “Our visits were most enriching and inspiring and we look forward to a continuing collaboration in the future,” said Elahee about the visit.
 
Speaking to fibre2fashion, Zenitex CEO Viral Desai said, “For three consecutive years, Zenitex has won National Energy Conservation Award and Best Industry of Gujarat (Quality and Environmental Protection) which no other SME or corporate in India has achieved so far. This has attracted Mauritius.”
 
“Secondly, India and Mauritius share friendly bilateral relations, and both governments promote investment and trade,” he added.
 
However, since Zenitex does not manufacture its own brand of products at present, it would take some time before the company steps into Mauritius.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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