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GWRL nets global fame in technical textiles

Jul 24, 2017

“We offer value enhancing quality products and not cheap ones”: Shujaul Rehman, Chief Executive Officer, Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL) is never tired of repeating this phrase time and again. Reiterating the importance of quality of GWRL products while talking to a select media at their factory in Pune, the company believes innovation is its main forte and works in tandem with its quality principle – First Time Right. This was clearly visible during ITJ’s visit to their state-of-the-art factories in Wai and Pune recently. GWRL is not only an unprecedented leader in the wall ropes’ business as their name suggests, but the company also provides a wide spectrum of technical textiles products under their vast portfolio.

Since 1976, GWRL has always been at the forefront in the technical textiles sector. The company has been providing specialised solutions to the cordage and infrastructure industry worldwide, and today is a multi-divisional, multi-geographical technical textile company. It manufactures and provides world-class solutions in high performance polymer ropes, fishing nets, sports nets, safety nets, aquaculture cages, coated fabrics, agricultural netting and geo synthetics.

GWRL—an ISO 9001:2015-certified company by BVC of the UK—manufactures synthetic yarns, twines, ropes, webbing, nets, net-related products, coated fabrics and geosynthetic products to a standard that completely satisfies the needs of customers.

“Even our international competitors are trying to copy our products. This is a provenance of our innovation and quality,” said Sanjay Raut, President, Technical & New Businesses, during an interaction with ITJ. He adds, “Our products are such that it is difficult for many international competitors to copy. All of our important products are patented. We develop our technologies in-house and the technology based products are appreciated worldwide by our customers. Our prices are not cheap but deliver enhanced value to our customers globally.”

For full report, read August 2017 edition of ITJ