Sri Lanka's Brandix to set up largest textile factory in India

December 2005
Colourage;Dec2005, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p146
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Sri Lanka-based company Brandix Lanka Ltd. to set up a textile factory in India. Brandix is setting up the largest integrated textile factory under which the company will hold 80 percent stake. The company aims to become India's biggest clothing supplier to brands like Gap, Nike, Reebok, Victoria's Secret and Tommy Hilfiger. The factory will offer everything from fabric and printing to buttons and embellishments. The company has no plans to sell locally the clothing it will manufacture.


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