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Nagda plant of Birla Cellulose to produce fine quality fibres
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Jun '08
Birla Cellulose, under the flagship of Aditya Birla Group, has three manufacturing units in different parts of the country that are sole producers of cellulosic fibres in India.

Sources from the Company confirmed Fibre2fashion that, its Nagda plant will exclusively manufacture best quality fibres namely Modal, Excel and Spun-Dyed from now on. As a result, grey fibre production will completely shift to Kharach unit, to meet the growing demand of industry. The Group has taken this step after witnessing a rise in demand of premium fibre from domestic consumers.

Birla Cellulose even has a Textile Research and Application Development Centre (TRADC) with an investment of nearly Rs400 million. Approximately Rs80 million is spent every year for the research and development activity, for bringing innovation in fibres, yarns and fabric that in turn will take Indian textile industry on a global level.

TRADC has 5 different departments that comprises of Spinning, Weaving and Knitting, Wet Processing, Garmenting and Testing Laboratory. The business development services for the value chain which is offered from the RADC includes Proactive Fabric Collection, Product Perfection and Technology Transfer, Proactive Value Chain Projects, Value Chain Reactive Projects, Reactive Orders for Business Link, Test and Evaluation and Lifestyle Studio.

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