The Tiruchirapalli District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association (TIDITSSIA) who had pitched for the mini textile park, a hub for minor readymade manufacturing units has been shown a few locations in Manapparai area for establishment of a mini textile park (MTP) with substantial government subsidy.
N. Kanagasabapathy, TIDITSSIA president, said that the location of the MTP with common facility centres for design ideation, training, and sales in Manapparai area will be ideal for the development of the readymade garments business in Puthanatham town.
The MTP scheme envisaging establishment of at least 10 production units on a minimum area of 10 acres has to be developed through formation of a Special Purpose Vehicle.
The government, through the Handlooms and Textiles department, will make available subsidy to the extent of 50% with a maximum ceiling of â‚¹ 2.5 crore under the project.
The Revenue authorities have identified a little over 24 acres within the jurisdiction of the proposed area identified for establishment of the SIPCOT Industrial Park, Mr. Kanagasabapathy said.
The industry sources said that such a facility would be ideal for promoting export. Most of the more than 50 readymade garment manufacturers in Puthanatham, located about 17 km away from the Manapparai town, have specialised in making churidars and children's apparel of export quality by virtue of frequent study visits to Mumbai.
Establishment of the MTP will be a motivating factor for scaling up production through cluster approach.
Moreover, as Manaparai has both road and rail connectivity, by setting up a mini textile park would not only give a potential platform for small powerloom manufacturers to promote their products in both domestic and international markets but also help in generating employment.
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