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Tough times do not last, tough people do - Prashant Gamatex
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Dec '09
Ms Amoli Shah
Ms Amoli Shah
The Prashant Group is one of India's leading groups catering to the textile industry and a trendsetter in the field of weaving preparatory. Ever since its inception in 1975, Prashant Group has been on the path of continuous progress and today, the Group boasts of ultramodern infrastructure spanning across 54,000 sq. metres. The Group's lush green environment, insulated factory premises and work friendly atmosphere, support in creating world class products.

Prashant Group has been at the number one position in India since its inception and the reason behind this is continuous improvement. The products introduced by the Group have always been the best in the world. The Group has trained and developed a very knowledgeable technical team for design, production and service. The Group uses latest design software for improvements of existing products as well as new developments.

Prashant Group has always accepted challenges and successfully delivered new and innovative products to its customers. A market leader in world class high tech sectional warping machines, it introduced the fixed Cone technology for the first time in India in 1987 in collaboration with Gamatex Italy. Some of the company's esteemed clientele are Siyaram, Raymond, Bharat Vijay Mills, Arvind, Alok, Grasim, Dicitex, Abhishek, Abhitex, Precot, Gwalior,A.P. Fashions, KG Fabriks, amongst many others.

The Chairman of the Group, Mr Prakash Shah has won many awards for quality and developments on behalf of the Group. Some of them include Outstanding Entrepreneur Award and multiple awards for Quality Performance. He has attended many foreign delegations through FICCI for the improvement of bilateral business. The Group has successfully participated in various reputed exhibitions like ITMA, ITMA Asia, ITME etc. The Prashant Group is amongst the first few companies in India to achieve the ISO 9001 quality certification and CE certification in 1995.

To know more about this multifarious & trendsetter Group, Fibre2fashion spoke exclusively to Ms Amoli Shah who is the Marketing Director of Prashant Gamatex. She is a Mechanical Engineer along with which she has also a master's degree in Information Technology and also holds a MBA degree, both from USA. She joined the company in 2003, and is handling among many responsibilities; International business, Sales and Promotional activities and is also involved in policy making and strategizing to expand in to new businesses.

We began by asking her to tell us about from the day Prashant Group began its operations, to which she explained by saying, “Established since 1975, Prashant Group is one of India's prominent and fast growing engineering group. In 1987, with the vision of “serving Indian textile industry with world class product and service”, Prashant group signed a technical collaboration with Gamatex s.r.l. Italy for high speed sectional warping machine. Those days, only low speed and low technology variable cone sectional warping machines were available in India.

“Prashant Gamatex became the pioneer to introduce fixed cone high technology machines for the first time in India. These machines were widely accepted by prominent textile mills in India who understood the importance of good warping technology. Since then, Prashant Gamatex is on the path of continuous progress by introducing innovative products and technology comparable to high-tech European products. Two machines in first year to 120 machines per year, is the journey of Prashant Gamatex. What ever is the yarn, what ever is the application, Prashant Group has different types of machines to suit unique requirement of each customer.”


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