GAL’s long partnership with LMW

GAL’s long partnership with LMW

Ludhiana-based Garg Acrylics (GAL), one of the leading manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of yarns and garments, has had a strong association with LMW that spans over two decades.

Garg Acrylics (GAL) has recently awarded a project order of 40,000 spindles to LMW.

Ludhiana-based Garg Acrylics (GAL), one
of the leading manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of yarns and garments, has had
a strong association with LMW that spans
over two decades. The company has recently awarded
a project order of 40,000 spindles to LMW.
GAL is one of the largest textile companies
in north India, with an annual turnover of
Rs 1,500 crore, employing more than 7,000 people.
GAL is a manufacturer that covers the entire gamut
of the textile value chain from yarn to finished
garments. The company’s installed base of 3,66,230 spindles holds a production capacity of 200 tonne
per day. All of its manufacturing units are located in Ludhiana and Bathinda in Punjab.

With a mission of becoming a world-class textile organisation by manufacturing class-leading products
for domestic and international textile markets, GAL
holds a long-term vision of maximising market share
and profitability. The company’s core values embedded
in its DNA are the four pillars of quality, leadership, technology and innovation.

Rajiv Garg, who is the Managing Director and
Head at GAL, also serves as the President of North India Textile Mills Association (NITMA). Rajiv started the
textile business in 1999 and began diversifying their business from a steel-oriented one to textiles. Under
this leadership, GAL has registered immense growth
in fabric weaving plants, yarn manufacturing capacity, and fabric processing facilities in India.

Sanjiv Garg, the managing director of GAL, has
more than 36 years of professional experience, spread over the steel and textile industry. His strong work
ethic has been behind the tremendous growth
achieved by GAL in the last two decades. His
strong commitment and vision has been behind the identification of potential growth areas and serve untapped markets.

Rajiv and Sanjiv together have led the company to
its expansion and growth phases. The next generation
of the founding family, Ujjwal Garg effectively handles the garments business and Sambhav Garg has joined export marketing.

Sambhav has participated in the executive
training programme conducted by LMW in the year
2015. This annual feature held at LMW’s training
centre equipped him with deep knowledge on spinning technology, materials, electrical, cost and project management principles.

LMW has partnered with GAL in all spheres to help them achieve their vision in a sustainable manner.
In 1999, LMW provided GAL with 16,000 spindles for its synthetics project. Ever since, LMW has been the single biggest technological partner for GAL, providing them with the entire spectrum of requirements. Today, GAL
has a total installed capacity of 3.6 lakh spindles.

Since the quality of yarn critically affects the production rates and output quality of all the downstream processes, GAL’s leadership holds a laser focus on yarn production cycle. GAL firmly believes
that such critical production rates and quality output could be best produced by LMW’s wide range of machinery. GAL has two production units at Ludhiana and Bathinda, that together house over 210 LMW’s card machines, 125 LMW’s drawframe machines, 110 LMW’s comber machines, and 65 LMW’s speed frame machines. They also run 225 LMW’s ringframe machines, which ensures their desired rates of yarn output with the best quality and productivity. LMW has supplied compact ringframes to GAL, which has given the company immense value. Thanks to enhanced production rates
of compact yarn, GAL could use it for the betterment of further downstream processes like knitting and weaving.

The group’s brands include Swadesh and Lotus. Its garments unit that handles 15,000 pieces a day in fine knits and sweater units, was established in 2007. GAL also has a fabric division that handles 20 tonne a day,
and a dye house that handles 35 tonne a day.

“We know that the quality of yarn matters
a lot. It decides the quality of the final output, which directly impacts the company’s profitability. This quality yarn production with optimal resource utilisation without compromising on production rates has always been our biggest challenge. From our beginnings till today, we have continuously partnered with LMW, and the association has enabled us to build lasting value. When it comes to getting an entire range of machinery for expansion project, LMW would be my unanimous choice, considering the overall performance
and service quality of its industry-
leading machines.”

– Rajiv Garg, MD and Head, Garg Acrylics

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