UP becomes the new textile hub since 2018
Uttar Pradesh has emerged as a textile hub with 15 textile mills set up in the past three years, 6 more units in the next three months and 10 more textile units in future, according to official state government sources.
Uttar Pradesh has emerged as a
textile hub with 15 textile mills set up in the past three years, 6 more units
in the next three months and 10 more textile units in future, according to
official state government sources.
As per the sources, the state
government has also received investment proposals worth Rs 87.15 billion from
66 industrialists in the textile sector during the last four years. The 15
textile units that have already come up in the state at the cost of Rs 7.57
billion have provided jobs to 4,800 people, whereas the six units which are
expected to start operations soon will employ 1,500 people.
Jindal, UV Garment, DS Exports and Rakesh
Trading have their factories in Ghaziabad whereas Vivacity Homes has set up its
unit in Noida and Shiva Polyplast in Kanpur. These textile mills will start
production by the end of 2021. The development authorities have allotted land
for a textile park in Noida (Gautam Buddh Nagar) while a large textile mill
will be set up in Mathura at the cost of Rs 3 billion. The construction of the
proposed textile park and textile mills is expected to start soon.
Among the state districts, Kanpur is
emerging as a major textile hub with a mushroom growth of new factories.
Srishti Industries has set up a knitting factory in Kanpur Dehat while Gadgets
Apparel has established a garment unit and Anilikha Fabric a hosiery cloth mill
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