Thanks to our growth strategy and ambition to become a complete vertical manufacturing setup, we have a major expansion planned out for the next three years in two phases in textiles.
In the first phase, the major weaving expansion has been taken place with an addition of Eight One (81) more brand new Airjet looms. The construction for this project has been completed and the building of weaving unit expanded on 150,000 sq. ft. of RCC. This addition will enhance the capacity of cloth production by 45%.
We have already acquired a Processing Mill and currently we are working in finalizing the infrastructure to run this unit in seamless environment, with adequate facilities and utilities for putting together our own finishing mill. This is a giant but most critical leap forward to complete the supply chain to our final product. This is the most complex and technical operation in the making of home textiles; where the quality can be produced, value can be enhanced and seconds can be minimize to control the cost.
After having our own processing facility, it is only natural for us to enhance the capacity of our stitching facility. We not only have to build at least 100,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the-art stitching unit, but also have to equip this unit with few TEXPA machines (automatic cutting and sewing machine) as well as embroidery and quilting machines for embellishments.
These above critical strategic expansions will not only increase our sales 2 to 3 times, but should leads to the shorter lead times, increased diversity in our product range, provide much better control over the cost and quality of our shelve product.