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Published on Monday, 16 May 2011

Cotton firm ramps up production

Written by Haydn Davis

lclJALNA - An India-based organic cotton yarn manufacturer which works closely with WWF India and IKEA is aiming to more than double its production capacity.

Laxmi Cotspin, founded in 2006, currently operates 16,800 spindles but is undergoing an expansion process that will see it increase its capacity to 34,560 spindles by the end of the year.


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