Orient Craft, one of the leading garment manufacturing units of India has proposed to set up its manufacturing unit in the Jharkhand state. The representatives of the company met chief minister Raghubar Das and top bureaucrats of the state on Tuesday and expressed interest in starting the manufacturing unit which is going to be the 22nd one in the country.
State Chief Minister Raghubar Das said that Jharkhand has immense prospects in textile sector, which could create employment opportunities. People of the state could be attracted to this sector with the goverment helping the textile companies evincing interest in setting up industries.
As per the decision, the Orient Craft would set up an apparel unit in Ranchi and would begin construction from March next year. The company would also assist in constructing Textile Park in Jharkhand.
Das said that the company would help train the youth in the villages for employment with main focus being on districts where more migration take place.
The first phase of the training would be held in Gumla, Dumka, Khunti and Simdega. The company has a training centre in Lohardaga and imparts a three-monthly course.
At present, Orient Craft which specializes in manufacturing sports garments has the capability to manufacture 2 lakh units per day.
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