Kaliyaganj Agro Trading Pvt. Ltd.
Regd. Office :
18/1, Maharshi Devendra Road,
5th Floor, R.No. 75
Kolkata - 700 007.
West Bengal, India
Tel : 91-33-22381686
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Agro Trading Private Limited, a private
sector company was incorporated on 15th March 1996. The
principal objects of the company is to manufacture jute Twines and
jute Yarns. The company is a small scale unit with an installed
capacity of 3600 MT per annum.
Board of Directors
Dhan Raj Patni, one of the Directors look after the day to day affairs
of the company. His vast experience in the jute industry coupled
with an excellent communication skill and handling with ease the
various gamut of production line to ensure better productivity
management and implementation are worthwhile features and assets to
the company. He has to his credit in associating himself in
running of two jute mills namely Kanknarrah Co. Ltd. and Tepcon
International Limited (Unit Shree Hanuman Jute Mills).
Mr. Laxmi Pat Baid who has recently joined the board, possesses over three decades of experience of dealing and manufacturing of jute mill machinery and spare parts. The company will utilize his technical expertise in identifying quality machines at competitive prices to ensure effective utilization and production of finished goods. His longstanding association and contacts with the jute mill machinery manufacturers will go a long way in timely acquisition of modern equipment of upgrading the manufacturing facilities. He has to his credit running of two jute mills namely Meghna Jute Mills and Gouripore Jute Mills Ltd. At present, he is also engaged in manufacturing spare parts for jute mills under the name and style Hi-Tech Products & Indian Staves Manufacturing Co.
Mr. Dilip kumar Patni, aged about 34 years is a dynamic professional having qualified as a Chartered Accountant with a first rank in the Eastern Region and ranked third nationally has joined the board of directors to look after the financial and taxation affairs of the company.
but not the least the company is proud to have roped in the services
of a leading jute technologist namely Mr. Sri Kishan Lakhotia, as a director-cum-technical advisor to the management.
His association with the jute industry for over forty years will go a
long way in improving the productivity, value engineering, energy
saving, new products innovation, implementing guidelines for quality
control and improving upon every aspects of production line. He has had his stint with Fort William Jute Mills, Raigarh Jute &
Textile Mills, Hastings Jute Mills, Empire Jute Mills, Alliance Jute
Mills, Delta JUte & Industries Limited, Reliance Jute Mills and
Bally Jute Mills.
The annual demand for jute twines and yarn is estimated to have increased from 110 lac MT to 173 lac MT in the last four years. Being a high profit-yielding item, many jute mills have stepped up their efforts in this direction. The capacity creation in terms of new unit is lagging far behind in terms of the growth in demand. Over and above, there exists a healthy export market. Being a labor intensive industry with high wage rates and located mostly in and around Kolkata, the prices offered for jute twines and yarn in distant market area is quite high.
In view of the above, it is anticipated that the company will have ready market in Malda and adjoining districts of North Bengal and all north eastern states. The state of Bihar, district towns of West Bengal namely Siliguri, Kolkata and Howrah are other prominent areas where the company targets to sell its produce. The demand for the jute products is growing annually. It is primarily due to environment friendly and biodegradable nature of jute that augurs well for this industry. The changing fashion trends have clearly defined the new role that the jute goods industry is playing in the apparel industry. Further it has also forayed into goods for industrial use and in other areas where like non-apparel specialty end uses. The jute fabric offers easier application and better stretch ability therefore we find its uses also in Tapestry, Carrier bags, Sacks, Wall Coverings, and Floor Coverings. With the growth of technology, the perspective of the application of jute has varied accordingly. Jute fibre has now come to be used as a fancy material. It commands administration in the niche market the world over and is procured for use as a decorative and utility for households of every class.
There is also ample scope for rural marketing of jute products as discussed above. If by the year 2005 MFA is phased out, and if, the year 2003 remove quantitative restrictions on imports in India then it will have a great impetus in the country's exports. This will also give opportunity for jute goods manufacturing units to upgrade their technology and quality to international standards. Moreover, the government of India has set up a Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) with a corpus of Rs. 25000 crores to provide interest incentive of 5% on loans to be availed by textile and jute industries.
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