Lalampuria Joins Indo Count
February 25, 2011,
He has spent 27 years in the textiles industry, 10 of them as president at Welspun. He opened Welspun's first U.S. showroom and helped lead the company's shift from a supplier to US importers to a retail-direct resource.
After leaving that company, he started his own consulting business.
"I advised companies like Trident and Alps. I was also for a couple of years president at Bombay Dyeing the oldest Home Textiles Mill in India," he said.
Indo Count is currently doing a turnover of $175 million, with $110 million done in the export of sheet sets.
"We are fully vertical in manufacturing and our mission is to grow the company to $500 million in the next three to four years," he said.
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