India’s leading apparel exporter Gokaldas Exports’ first-ever factory in Madhya Pradesh was recently inaugurated by the state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and the management of the company believes that the inauguration of the highly-anticipated Phase I of the MP facility marks a new chapter for the company.
The company has a huge focus on sustainability in workers’ skill development with this project.
Phase II with an additional 80,000 square feet of production area, can also accomodate 2,000 employees. The facility is equipped to produce top-quality ladies’ and gents’ tops and has received approval for Production Linked Initiative (PLI) Part I.
Spread across a sprawling 1,00,000 square feet of production area, this well-aerated facility is designed to accommodate an impressive 2,000+ employees, providing a state-of-the-art work environment.
Siva Ganapathi, MD of the company told Apparel Resources, “The production lines are equipped with the latest energy-efficient sewing machines and the entire facility, including the outside premises, is fitted with LED lighting. This is just the start of the facility’s commitment to sustainability and eco-friendliness. The company is also evaluating the installation of rooftop solar panels to meet its energy requirements using green sources.”