Gujarat's first state-of-the-art cotton yarn spinning plant has been set up by the Surat Vankar Sahkari Sangh Limited in the cooperative sector at Dinod village in the tribal-dominated Mangrol taluka. The plant will be inaugurated by the minister of state for cooperative Ishwarsinh Patel on June 1.
The cotton spinning plant is set up on the 17 acre land in the tribal-dominated Mangrol taluka at the cost of Rs 140 crore, supported by the Gujarat government.
The plant has around 30,000 spindles producing around 17 tones of cotton yarn on daily basis. The plant will have 10 unit of weaving, five units of knitting and three units of garmenting.
Sources said that the cotton park has been set-up at Mangrol to tap the ever growing demand of cotton yarn in India and abroad. The yarn manufactured at the Mangrol facility is of international quality, which has a huge market in China, Pakistan and Indonesia.
President of Surat Vankar Sahkari Sangh Limited, Rajnikant Bachkaniwala said that in the last three decades, this is the first state-of-the-art cotton spinning plant set up by them in the whole of Gujarat. The production of cotton yarn had started in April and until now they have exported around nine containers of yarn to Pakistan, China and Indonesia
Most of their members are manufacturing cotton fabric. They will supply the cotton yarn at economical rates to their members and rest will be exported.
The manufacturing of cotton fabric is on the rise in Surat and surrounding areas.
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