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Approval for Integrated Textile Park at Ludhiana
22
Dec '08
A meeting of the empowerment committee, Ministry of Textiles was held at New Delhi to consider approval of Textile Parks. It is matter of pleasure that Ludhiana Integrated Textile Park Ludhiana has been approved in the meeting. Its main features are as under.

-To start with the park will be developed in 60 Acres of land with the provision of further expansion.
-It will be a cluster of about 80 units of Knitwear/Textile industry
-Total investment in the cluster will be to the tune of Rs. 1500 Crores.
-The cluster will provide direct and indirect employment to about 1,25,000 persons.
-The project will have the provision for excellent Roads, Lights, Effluent Treatment Plant, Sewerage, Storm Water, Captive Power Plant, Trade Centre and Sophisticated Research & Development Centre.
-The compact functioning of the park will revolutionise the Knitwear/Textiles industry inasmuch as, its hitherto fore unorganised functioning will be stream lined. Our customers will have the luxury of meeting their business requirements in the cluster itself.
-With the top class facilities available, we can now brace up for national and global competitiveness.
-The setting up of this park will exalt the stature of the city and take it to the threshold of international level.

The success of the project can be attributed to the collective efforts of the Directors of the Company, their devotion, perseverance and their burning desire to engrave Ludhiana's name in National and International hosiery circles.

Ludhiana Integrated Textile Park Ltd

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