Telangana to support its textile industry is working to set up an exclusive market for grey and dyes clothes in Warangal, where the government proposed to set up a mega textile park.
The idea behind setting up exclusive market is to have all the elements of the textile supply chain at one place. The proposed market will come up in about 30 acre for which the land has been identified, said Jayesh Ranjan, managing director of Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation, the nodal agency for land allotments for industrial projects.
Ranjan further added that they are looking at increasing the spinning capacity in Telangana with private participation.
The state is one of the largest producers of cotton but less than 20 percent is spun in the state, the rest taken to other states. With the creating the full ecosystem, it will increase the employment potential in the state.
The government had called the industry representative for a meeting to seek feedback on ways to improve the textile and allied industries. The suggestions received are improvement in areas of ginning, weaving, spinning and other facilities. The industry's recommendations would be presented to the chief minister for approval shortly.
Among others, it is planning to decentralize setting up of low end looms. In this case, about 300 looms would be set up at one location with some common facilities. For high end looms, it would be an integrated facility.
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