Indo Count now producing sheets
May 30, 2006-- Home Textiles Today,
Mumbai – Longtime spinner Indo Count Industries has gone vertical, and began production earlier this month in its new weaving, processing and sewing facility.
The company is now able to churn out 100,000 meters of sheeting fabric per day. The facility is part of a $45 million investment the mill has made in new construction and machinery, including $1 million to build a quality control lab.
The company also plans to produce top-of-bed, table linens and curtains, according to Mohit Jain, director. "This is only the first phase," he said. "We want to be a complete solution provider to customers."
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