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Sunny Trexim marks its presence in organic cotton sector
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Jan '08
Sunny Trexim Pvt Ltd, which believes in continuous growth and business development, has emerged as a reliable manufacturer and exporter of raw cotton from Indian soil.

Observing the growing demand of the organic cotton across the world, Sunny Trexim has ventured into this sector recently with an investment of Rs1 million. The company has a strong producing network for organic cotton varieties like Shanker-6, Bunny and MCu-5, in various states like Gujarat, Maharashtra and orissa.

“We are exporting short/medium/long staple cotton to South East Asian countries like China, Vietnam, Thailand, Turkey and also to Bangladesh and Pakistan,” Director Marketing, Mr Sanjay Mittal told Fibre2fashion.

Sunny Trexim has started its organic cotton processing unit in the month of October last year with an expected output of 10,000 bales per annum.

The Marketing Director also informed, “Although we do not have any research and development facility, standard testing is outsourced from different agencies as per requirements of end users. We have handled 30000 MT cotton a year to the best of our customers' satisfaction, backed with impeccable quality standards.”

“We expect to reach a turnover of Rs15 crores in the present fiscal and presently with the production moving quite smoothly, we will surely touch the mark,” beamed Mr Mittal.

Sunny Trexim Pvt Ltd strives to create its presence in every part of world by the help of our reliable commitments, unmatched experience and quality service.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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