Supply chain constraints and availability of manpower major challenges
Jumac, pioneers in spinning can manufacturing in India, was founded in the year 1974 with a mission to deliver quality cans, catering to the jute and textile industry. As a founding member of the prestigious 'Fogla Group', Jumac has its presence in more than 18 countries spread across 5 continents. Director Himanshu Fogla speaks to Fibre2fashion about the challenges the COVID-19 situation has brought and the measures the government should be taking to ease out pain of textile machinery manufacturers.
The current COVID-19 crisis has brought entire textiles-apparel production, supply chain, and retail sales to a grinding halt. How do you see this impacting textile machinery manufacturers and suppliers? How is your supply chain being hit? Are you facing cancellation of orders?
Post lockdown, what are the problems you foresee and how do you plan to help your clients with respect to after-sales service and spare parts?
What do you think the government can do to further ease pain of textile machinery manufacturing companies? Any thoughts on rallying together as a key niche of the value chain to arrive at some workable plan to get through these difficult times?
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