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Lindström to soon start operations in New Delhi
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Jun '10
Lindström Services India Pvt Ltd, a textile service company intends to set up operations in the capital by the end of June.

The company provides specialized work-wear services from design to final disposal of work-wear. It also offers maintenance with washing, replacement, delivery of work-wear, thereby, enhancing the corporate image of its clients.

The company that has presence in around 19 countries started operations in Chennai in the year 2007 and recently in Mumbai. It also plans to start operations in Hyderabad.

Diversifying network in India is Lindström's immediate strategy, as Indian market provides vast growth potential, said President and CEO Lindström, Juha Laurio.

Lindström Services India Pvt Ltd, which is the Indian subsidiary of 'Lindström Oy' based in Finland, intends to join forces with pharmaceutical and health care industries, traditional engineering, automotive and electronic manufacturing, service sector operators, food manufacturers, added Laurio.

Offering value-added solutions in work-wear services is the company's key objective. Its operations in Chennai offer services to clients in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, while the set up in Mumbai looks after the requirements of people in Maharashtra and Gujarat. The company serves nearly 100 companies and 35,000 workers in India every day, informed Anupam Chakrabarty, Business Unit Manager, Lindström Services.

Along with improving corporate image of its employees by maintaining highest levels of cleanliness and hygiene, Lindstrom also boosts their moral, added Chakrabarty.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India


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