Irrespective of falling Indian apparel export, some of the apparel export houses are expanding not only their infrastructure but are even adding new top brands/buyers with them. To grab more bulk orders is one of the main reasons for their expansion. Among such proactive companies, Texport Syndicate, Mumbai has added 2,000 machines in last three months and now it has 5,500 machines. The expansion was done in its unit at Kodur (Andhra Pradesh). Earlier, the company was working with 4 to 5 limited buyers like Walmart, Inditex, C&A, and Ralph Lauren but recently it also started working with M&S, GAP, and Monoprix.
Abhay, GM, Washing Divisions of the company shared, “In current scenario, to survive in business it is all about volume orders; it is not time or question to make the profit. For profit, we have to wait for future, as slowly policy changes seem to be in garment manufacturers’ favour.”
He further added that in denim structure, random bleach and full pigment dyeing are more in demand now in the overseas market. More casual look and different attitude of the garment is the main reason for this trend. In womenswear, lycra is gaining momentum now in overseas as well as in the domestic market.
Established in 1978, Texport Syndicate was founded by Raju Goenka who is Chairman and Managing Director of the company.