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Nisshinbo inks JV to set up denim unit in Indonesia

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Apr '10
Nisshinbo Textile Inc is a world-class vertically integrated textile manufacturer of various types of textiles like denims, textile fabrics and apparels. In order to strengthen its global competitiveness, it has transferred production of general-purpose textile products to China and Indonesia.

Now, Nisshinbo Textile Inc. is holding talks with an Indonesian company to set up a joint venture for manufacturing denim in Indonesia, the production of which is slated to begin in May 2011. However, Nisshinbo will retain the current output levels in its plant in Japan.

The joint venture will set up a vertically integrated production facility, which includes production lines for spinning denim yarn, weaving and a rope dyeing plant. A few machineries like the rope dyeing plant and weaving machineries are expected to be relocated from Nisshinbo's existing facilities.

Fibre2fashion spoke to Masaharu Tanaka, a senior official in the denim section of Nisshinbo Textiles, who gave confirmation of the new development, but refused to divulge more details, since negotiations on setting up the joint venture have not yet been completed.

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