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Indian apparel manufacturer Virat Hosiery to invest in direct printing machines

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Mukesh Sewak, Director, Virat HosieryMukesh Sewak, who is the Director of garment manufacturing and printing company, Virat Hosiery – situated in Bikaner, Rajasthan (India), believes in learning something new; be it in technology or printing. The company is planning to invest in printing machines to improve and increase its production efficiency to compete in the market.

In discussion with Apparel Resources, Mukesh highlighted, “We are aiming to install direct printing machines in our factories so that we can work in monsoon season too, and right now it is restricted to summer only. Our estimated budget is Rs. 25 lakh for the machines.” With the strength of 35 people, the company’s turnover is Rs. 1.5 crore per annum.

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With the two factories in Ludhiana and Bikaner, the apparel manufacturer has noted the turnover of Rs. 1.5 crore in its past fiscal year.

 

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