Mandhana Industries was incorporated on July 25, 1984 at Mumbai in the State of Maharashtra as Mandhana Textile Mills Private Limited under the Companies Act, 1956. With effect from July 1, 1993, the company was converted into a deemed public limited company under Section 43A of the Companies Act, 1956, whereby the word “Private” was deleted from the name of the company. On April 18, 1995 the name of the company was changed from “Mandhana Textile Mills Limited” to “Mandhana Industries Limited”. On March 27, 2002, pursuant to Section 43A (2A) of the companies Act, 1956, the company was converted from a deemed public limited company to a private limited company and the company’s name was changed to “Mandhana Industries Private Limited”. On May 15, 2007, the company was converted into a public limited company whereby the word “Private” was deleted from the name of the company.
Though the company’s operations started out in the year 1984 through textile trading, the processing activities commenced in the year 1994, with the setting up a plant at Tarapur for processing and printing of fabrics called as “Mandhana Dyeing Unit”. In 1998, pursuant to its venture into fabrics processing, it decided to expand its horizons by penetrating the international garments market and thereby began its export operations to the European market. At present, the company exports garments on a global scale to all the known international garment markets. Further, in order to meet its internal requirements and thereby simultaneously reduce its costs, the company set up a Weaving House at Tarapur for production of greige fabrics, called as “Mandhana Weaving House Unit”.
Mandhana Industries Export Division (Bangalore Unit) is situated at Bangalore. The garments manufactured therein cater to its international demand, thereby meeting the specified international criteria of its various international customers. Further, in 2004, it set up a sales office in Chennai so as to facilitate its market expansion into the southern region of India. In 2005, it set up a new modernised unit called as “Mandhana Weaving House (Shirting Division)” at Tarapur which is engaged in manufacturing various fabrics including cotton, polyester etc. as well as engaging in the process of yarn dyeing.The company’s further expansion into processing, weaving and garmenting further enhanced its capacity thereby enabling it to cater to a greater number of customers both domestically and in the export markets. The company’s focus on quality, designing and sampling inputs and lower turnaround time has made us the vendor of choice for many customers. Its focus on mid to high-end segments has helped it in maintaining its margins. The current expansion of facilities would help it ensure quality products to its customers. Further it complements its presence in the textile and garment value chain starting from yarn dyeing to selling its garments through its overseas offices.
The current strength of its manpower is approximately 3248 people. Presently, it is operating with 184 weaving looms producing approximately 200 lakh meters of fabric per annum and 750 sewing machines with an overall production capacity of 30 lakh garment pieces per annum. Further its processing capacity of finished fabric is 300 lakh metres per annum and its yarn dyeing capacity is 20 lakh kgs per annum.
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The company is a vertically integrated textile and garment manufacturing company in India. Its operations and facilities enable it to manufacture a wide variety of value-added fabrics and garments through its integrated operations comprising of dyeing of yarns and fabrics, weaving operations for fabrics, processing solutions for both fabrics and garments, garment manufacturing, domain expertise in providing sampling and designing for both fabrics and garments. The company’s operations and facilities enable it to provide a number of textile products / processes for its customers.
The company focused towards capitalizing on the vertical integration of its operations which gives it the advantage of higher profit margins from its garment business. It has achieved a high level of self-sufficiency in producing new designs and samples for its clients which has helped it in enhancing its product offering portfolio and improved its adaptability to the latest trends in fashion. The company has positioned itself as a multi-product, multi-fibre and multi-market player ensuring that its target market is a diverse mix of domestic fabrics and garments as well as the international garment markets.
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