Reference No : 1329217
Business Lead : Selling Offer
Our company excels in the manufacturing of Viscose Filament Yarn (VFY).
Price on request
Profile / Brief Description :
Indo Phil Acrylic Mfg. Corporation-Aditya Birla Company
Aditya Birla Group of companies is Indias second largest business conglomerate, with turnover in excess of us$ 2.8 Billion and an asset base valued at over us$ 3.7 bn. Its operations crisscrosses the globe.
Its state-of-the-art manufacturing units and sect oral services span India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Egypt, Canada, U.S.A. and U. K. The group has trading operations in Singapore, Dubai, UK ,USA , South Africa, Tanzania, Myanmar, Russia and China.
Indo-Phil, the first Indian-Filipino joint venture textile plant in the Philippines, was setup by the late Mr Aditya Vikram Birla. A fruition of his global vision, long before the word globalization entered the lexicon of the corporate world. A value based, caring corporate citizen, the Aditya Birla group inherently believes in the trusteeship concept of management. A part of the groups profits is ploughed into meaningful welfare driven incentives that makes a qualitative difference to the lives of marginalized people.
Indo- Phil, the first Indo - Philipino joint venture textile plant in the Philippines, went on stream in 1975, set up by late Shri Aditya Vikram Birla.
Indo-Phil commenced operations with over 15,500 spindles for knitting yarns. As the unit grew from strength to strength, more spindles were added. In February 1988, a new parallel unit based on state-of-the-art-technology was flagged off. To fulfill the substantial demand for high bulk acrylic yarns, in January 1990, lndo-Phil acrylic manufacturing corporation was set up with 3856 worsted spindles epitomizing world class technology. To meet the customer needs, this unit was setup with a dyeing department for yarn dyeing. Taking cognizance of the fast growing local demand for polyester cotton blended yarns, lndo-Phil seized the opportunity and established lndo-Phil cotton mills in April 1993.