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SEL inaugurates Greenfield Mega Integrated Textile Project
05
Sep '08
SEL Manufacturing Company Limited has now added two more feathers in its cap, by inaugurating Greenfield Mega Integrated Textile Project, in tandem with laying foundtion stone for Rhythm Textiles and Apparel Park Limited, on September 4, at Village Sekhan Majra, District Nawan Shaher, Punjab.

The plant was inaugurated today by President (SAD), S Sukhbir Singh Badal. Present on the occasion were S Charanjt Singh Atwal, Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha, S Sharanjeet Singh Dhillon, M P, Jathedar Hira Singh Gahbria, Cabinet Minister, S Jitender Singh Kariha, M L A, Nawan Sheher, Prof Rajinder Bhandari, President Punjab BJP and Sh Harish Bedi, M L A, Ludhiana (North).

The Company is implementing the project for setting up one of the largest Technical Textiles facilities in India. Here medical clothing, wipes, diapers and Geotextiles would be manufactured to support the growing infrastructure requirements of India. SEL would further enhance its product mix by adding value added products like Designer Terry Towels integrated with Open End Spinning facilities. It is also in process of creating self sufficiency in Power by setting up Captive Power Plant for its existing and upcoming manufacturing facilities.

The SAD President also laid the foundation stone of Rhythm Textile and Apparels Park Ltd on this day.

The park with a capacity to manufacture 54.00 million pieces per annum of Knitted Garments would be one of the largest garmenting manufacturing facilities under one roof. With a covered area of 10 lakh sq ft, it would be one stop solution for garment manufacture having facilities from knitting, printing, embroidery, washing, packing, labelling etc.

The park is expected to generate employment for about 25000 people.

In the month of May, SEL had already received approvals for this project from the Ministry of Textiles, under the Scheme for Integrated Textile Park (SITP) entitling to get maximum subsidy of 40 percent of total infrastructure cost for setting up the same by the SPV.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Neeraj Saluja, Managing Director said, “We aim to be among the top three integrated textile makers in India by two years.”

Further he stated that the Company has set up a residential colony for its workers, has a well-equipped and modernized training centre for development and upgradation of its work force.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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