Radium India plans to add digital printing
Having started with just fabric manufacturing, the company is now growing in momentum and already has its own garment factory in Bhiwandi.
Mumbai-based Radium India, a 25-year old apparel exporter, will soon add digital printing in its unit. The installation of this printer will take at least 6 months. Already having 300 stitching machines and manufacturing ladies’ garments and fashion accessories like scarves, the company is mainly exporting to Germany. Sidhant Jain, MD and Third Generation of the company explains his motivation behind investing in digital printing, “The quality and finish we can get in digital printing, is not possible with other printing technics. Although it is still costly, there are buyers for every kind of products.” With an SA8000:2014 certification, the company is also planning to expand its reach in South-East Asia like Japan as Japan has good scope for the prints that India creates. “Japan is still unexplored by Indian exporters although we have full opportunities there,” said Sidhant thoughtfully.
Sidhant Jain, (L) MD, Radium India with Mitesh, Factory Manager