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Shri Lakshmi Cotsyn aims to double production
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Sep '09
Shri Lakshmi Cotsyn, a textile major based at Kanpur intends to expand its existing verticals. The company, aims to double the production of its denim, terry-towel, bed-linen and cotton products in coming 12 months and has allocated Rs. 27 billion for this expansion.

This project expansion will assist the textile major to achieve a turnover of Rs. 14 billion, by June 2010, against Rs 9.37 million at present. The required funds will be raised through a combination of equity capital, internal accruals, FI funding and a public offering (FPO).

Under this expansion plan, the company will earmark Rs. 3.78 billion for terry-towels to raise its capacity from 3,000 tons to 15,000 tons per year. It will also establish a 12 MW co-generation agro-based power plant for 100 per cent captive consumption and will invest Rs. 0.75 billion for it.

In addition to this, it will invest Rs 1.6 billion in fabric manufacturing, Rs 1 billion in black-out curtains, while and Rs 3.5-4 billion in backward integration of its existing facilities. The company aims to have strategic alliances with domestic as well as foreign buyers to expand its dealer network.

Revenue of the company has been increasing at a CAGR of 46 percent since last four years. It aims to lead the market in all its operating verticals and to expand the business in most of the foreign countries, while domestic market is its initial target. For this, it will expand its retail outlets in India by June 2010.

The existing count of company's retail outlets in the country is 500, which it plans to swell up to 1500. Currently, the company has five manufacturing facilities in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Noida.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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