Ra­dium In­dia plans to add dig­i­tal print­ing

Apparel Online - - Industry Wire -

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

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