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1 NEW CITY OF BOMBAY MFG. MILLS AURANGABAD TEXTILE MILLS

2 AGENDA INTRODUCTION OF NATIONAL TEXTILE CORPORATION LTD. NEW CITY OF BOMBAY MFG. MILLS. AURANGABAD TEXTILE MILLS. JOINT VENTURE OF ALOK AND NTC. FEATURES OF JOINT VENTURE. INTRODUCTION OF ALOK IND LTD. ADVANTAGES FROM JOINT VENTURE.

3 National Textile Corporation (NTC) The National Textile Corporation Limited (NTC) is a Central Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Textiles which was incorporated in April 1968 for managing the affairs of sick textile undertakings, in the private sector, taken over by the Government. VISION To be a world class eco-friendly integrated textile company, catering primarily to the clothing needs of the nation through innovate ideas and technology. MISSION Brand to be the Nation’s Clothier, be a National player providing 1. Clothing solutions to Nations masses 2. Opportunity for the Nations people to identify themselves with a national

4 National Textile Corporation (NTC) 119 mills controlled by NTC Ltd with the help of 9 subsidiary Corporations NTC is to modernize/set up 24 mills by itself through generation of funds from the sale of its surplus assets. NTC has so far closed 77 mills and has transferred 2 mills in the State of Puducherry to the State Government of Puducherry. 16 mills are to be revived through Joint Venture route.

5 PRODUCTION CAPACITIES With 21 No of Working Mills NTC has Below Production capacities. Spinning – Total No of Spindles lakhs, Total Production ( Year 2010 ) - Yarn lakhs KG Sale Value - Rs.402 crore Weaving Capacities – Total No. Of Looms – 338. Total Production Lakh Mtrs. Sale Value - Rs.76 crores. Export - Rs. 631 lacs ( Year ) Rs Crores ( During April-Dec ) Target Turnover is Rs.683 crores. ( about to Reach. ) NTC group has 9129 employees in its units.

6 National Textile Corporation (NTC) Cont.. Steps being taken to make the loss making units to profit making :- Improvement in utilization, improvement in Productivity, Production of value added products, Improvement of quality, Implementation of work load agreements, Power purchase agreement, Engagement of women workers etc.

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9 Aurangabad Textiles and Apparel Parks Ltd. (ATAPL) and New City of Bombay Manufacturing Mills are the subsidiary of National Textile Corporation Limited a Central Government undertaking. Both the companies have set up modern garments unit with state of the art machines with a view to expand up to 500 machines, for manufacturing of woven and knitted garments with an installed capacity of 3.0 mn. pcs p.a.

10 LIST OF PRESENT MACHINERIES Sr. No.Description Number of Machines Aurangabad Textiles & Apparel Parks Limited New City of Bombay Manufacturing Mills 1Stitching Machines Allied Machines4020 3Cutting Machines47 Capacity up to 500 Machines is under Planning and implementation.

11 KEY SUCCESS FACTORS Ability to deliver Customized Products on Best competitive prices. Specialized in Institutional and Work wear Garments. Flexibility in production. Ability to do customization i.e. Logos, embroidery etc. Ability to do specialty finishes and fabrics. Handle different fibers etc, Fire retardant, anti static etc. On line Quality Control during Cutting, Stitching and Final Finish. Final Inspection to deliver the Perfect Quality.

12 VALUED CUSTOMERS’ LABEL DELHI TRANSPORT CORPORATION LTD. KRAZY KATS QS OSTIN MILLETA INTERNATIONAL LTD. CZECH GRABAL IMPEX UK LTD. URANID LTD. Andhra Pradesh Govt. School Uniform ( Under Negotiation ) Aganwadi Centre, Andhra Pradesh Govt., workers Uniform ( Under Negotiation )

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17 Cutting Section

18 Stitching section

19 Kaj-Button Section

20 JOINT VENTURE It was decided to modernize 16 mills through JV route by inducting private partners with NTC stake of 51%. NTC has not transferred the ownership of the land in the arrangement but is only giving a right to use of the land to the Joint Venture Companies (JVC) in which NTC is the major shareholder with 51% stake with 5 out of 8 directors on the Board of JVC. In pursuance to the GOM decision dated NTC has finalized 3 parties namely M/s Alok Industries, M/s Pantaloon Retail India Ltd (consortium) and M/s Bhasker Industries Ltd (consortium) for 5 mills to be revived and run through Joint Venture. NTC and ALOK industries LTD had Joint Ventured for 2 sick NTC units : 1. NEW CITY OF BOMBAY MFG. MILLS 2. AURANGABAD TEXTILE MILLS

21 JOINT VENTURE

22 Objectives of Joint venture Revival and modernization of textile Mill. Convert and manage this as a profitable business unit hereby generating employment in the process. Create infrastructure facilities on the surplus land, preferably textile related or other as permissibly by the local rules.

23 Features of Joint Venture No cash investment by NTC. Entire cash investment of Rs Crores to be brought in by Alok. Alok responsible for implementing Business plan. Alok to have full operational control though a nominated chief Executive officer.

24 INTRODUCTION

25 To be the world’s best integrated textile solutions enterprise with leadership position across products and markets, exceeding customer & stakeholder expectations WE WILL: Be a knowledge leader & an innovator in our businesses Maximize people development initiatives Optimize use of all resources Become a process driven organization Exceed compliance and global quality standards Actively explore potential market & products Offer innovative, customized and value added services to our customers Be an ethical, transparent and responsible global organization 25 ALOK VISION ALOK MISSION

26 ALOK INDUSTRIES LTD Vertically Integrated Textile Company both in cotton and polyester Sales of Rs. 2, crores and PAT of Rs crores in FY 2009 Export of Rs. 1, crores in FY 2009 State of the art manufacturing facilities with Integrated Management System Certification Two decades of providing wide range of quality textile products

27 MILESTONES 1986 : Incorporation of the Company :Becomes a public limited company with a Rs. 4.5 crore IPO 1995 :Sets up financial and technical collaboration with Grabal, Albert Grabher GmbH & Co of Austria to make embroidered products through a joint venture company, Grabal Alok Impex Ltd : Export Trading House status granted 2004 : Turnover surpasses Rs. 1,000 crore 2006 :Texprocil silver trophy awarded for second highest export in manufacturer exporter – made ups category : ISO 9001:2000 certification obtained Organic cotton contract farming commenced Gold Trophy for best export performance to ‘Focus LAC’ countries awarded by S R T E Promotion Council Awarded Silver trophy for highest fabric exports and Bronze trophy for highest made ups export 2008 : Turnover crosses Rs. 2,000 crore Exports crosses Rs. 1,000 crore Joint venture with National Textile Corporation (NTC) to develop, revive New City Mills, Mumbai and Aurangabad Textile Mills, Aurangabad formed Awards from TEXPROCIL for , Gold Trophy for highest exports of bleached/yarn dyed/ printed fabrics and Silver Trophy for highest export of made ups, Bronze Trophy for highest global exports, Special achievement award for exports in fabrics Awarded Outstanding Exporter of the Year – Textiles at the International Trade Awards ; presented by DHL CNBC TV 18 and powered by ICRA

28 MANUFACTURING CAPACITIES DivisionsUnits Current Capacities ( PER YEAR ) Capacities Post Expansion ( PER YEAR ) Market Position SPINNING Tons (No Of Spindles) (3,00,096) (4,11,840) Largest at Single Location in India APPAREL FABRICS Processing Woven Mn. Mtrs Largest Player WeavingMn. Mtrs Largest Player KnitsTons18, Largest Player HOME TEXTILES ProcessingMn. Mtrs Largest Player WeavingMn. Mtrs Largest Player Terry TowelsTons6,70014,000Top 5 Player GARMENTSMn. Pcs.22.0 Top 15 Player EmbroideryStitches32 Billion Polyester (POY) Tons2,00,0004,00,000 Top 3 Player

29 SPINNING We have a total of spindles and 5424 Rotors capacity. In house yarn QA dept where we ensure that the yarn which we use for weaving is up to mark in terms of quality, perfections. Yarn Count range for in house consumption includes 6’s to 80’s. For special requirements where we have to procure yarn from outside we ensure doing it with a reliable and recognized yarn supplier.

30 R & D AND TESTING At Alok, product quality is of paramount importance; it is also one of the reasons why our products have gained acceptance across seventy countries and some of the world's most demanding customers. To ensure that our products conform to the highest quality specifications, we have set up a number of laboratories at our plants, with state-of-the-art testing equipment. SPINNING TESTING EQUIPMENTS : HVI Spectrum, AFIS PRO, USTER TESTER 5, USTER CLASSIMAT QUANTUM, USTER TENSOJET, USTER AUTOSORTER 5, CSP TESTER

31 WEAVING State of art machines for sizing, warping operations. It includes the direct & sectional warping machines for solid and yarn dyed fabrics. We take machines from the likes of Benninger, Prashant Gammatex. State of art looms from: -Picanols with leno attachments able to give variable different selvedges effect -Toyoda - Sulzer Various weaving mechanisms available: - Plain weave - Dobby - Jacquard - Rapier -Total No of Looms – 754 – Wider width 876 – Normal Width.

32 Two laboratories at Vapi are designed for testing home furnishing fabrics and apparel fabrics, as well as knits fabrics. The equipments installed in these laboratories are from world leaders such as Mathis, James H. Heal, U.K., Whirlpool, IFB etc. Colour measurement is conducted through Datacolour 600 plus CT machines, Colour Eye 7000 A from Grateg Macbeth, USA and a 3-auto colour dispensing system from Datacolour. R & D AND TESTING ( PROCESSING )

33 PROCESSING This is the most important operation before the fabric finally goes in to the market. Here we do value addition to it by adding effects, like producing various colors, finishes, prints. We have latest state of art ranges to ensure that we do maximum what market demands. 3 Continuous Processing Lines from Benninger, Monforts, Kuster, Reggianni. 1 Batch wise Proceesing Line from Kusters,Airoli, Biancalani. Yarn Dyeing from Fongs Tonns PerAnnum

34 DYEING Producing consistent shade quality is a big issue today when the volumes are big. We have installed continuous ranges to ensure that we offer our customers more trusted, reliable supplies of textiles. We are capable of producing 328,000 meters finished fabric per day. We can dye cotton, polyester with reactive, vat, disperse class of dyes to achieve various standards. We also have batch facilities to dye specialty fabric, involving nylon, acrylic based fabrics. We have latest state of art ranges to ensure that we do maximum what market demands. Bulk machine includes Benninger Pretreatment, mercerizing ranges. Dyeing ranges include Kusters padder to get maximum consistency across the width of the fabric, We have Monforts, Benninger continuous dyeing machines. We have a well equipped laboratory to support all bulk functions. It contains sample dyeing machines from Mathis to ensure maximum shade repetition in bulk. We have a full fledged QA department to ensure that only conforming goods goes to customer.

35 PRINITING We have Rotary screen printing, Flat bed printing facilities available with us. We are having 2,12 color rotary machine available with us. Various style of prints done by us: - Discharge - Resist - Blotch print We do reactive, procion, vat, disperse, pigment prints. We have latest state of art ranges to ensure that we do maximum what market demands.

36 GARMENTS Alok industries can produce 22 Mn Pcs garments per Year and 3100 Stitching Machines from Juki, Pegusus, Eastman Etc

37 The company is now accredited with Integrated Management System (IMS). There are 4 certificates under this system: ISO 9001: 2000 – Quality Management System ISO 14001:2004 – Environmental Management System OHSAS 18001: 2007 – Occupational Health & Safety Assessment System SA 8000: 2008 – Social Accountability ISO Certifications Alok is the first Indian Textile company to have been awarded all three certifications for its eco-friendly products as under EU Flower – the eco-certificate from European Union KRAV certification for organic products SWAN certification – a Nordic eco-labelling certification Eco - Certifications OEKO-TEX Standard 100% Cotton, Polyester Supima Trade Mark Certification Fair Trade Standard (Cotton) Certification, German Eco-Cert - Trading and Exportation Certificate GOTS – Processing of fibres from certified organic agriculture. OE100 Standards of the Organic Exchange Other Certifications Certifications

38 Employment to tribal women on weaving looms and garment/made up stitching machines after intensive training and orientation Private Public Partnership with Silvassa Admnistration for converting the Government owned Industrial Training Institute into a centre of excellence Best in class ETP system for primary, secondary and tertiary treatment of effluents. Reverse Osmosis plant to optimize water conservation Proposal to set up a 50 bed hospital at Silvassa with a portion set aside for charitable purpose Construction of tar roads in adjoining villages and renovation of bus shelters and police stations. “Green Zones” around all facilities and planting of saplings to conserve ecological balance Participation in Mid Day Meal schemes Plants certified for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, SA 8000 and OHSAS Proposal to set up a CBSE Board School at Silvassa Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) CSR is an integral part of Alok - some of the CSR initiatives includes

39 PLANT GALLERY

40 SILVASA PLANT

41 VAPI PLANT

42 SPINNING UNIT

43 WEAVING UNIT

44 FABRIC PROCESSING UNIT

45 GARMENT PLANT

46 EMBROIDERY DIVISION

47 ADVANTAGES FROM JOINT VENTURE Opportunity to gain new capacities and expertise. Improved production and Marketing strategies in terms of volume business and Price competitiveness. Opportunity to related businesses or new geographic markets and gain new technological knowledge. Better New Product Development activities. Better Credibility for faster and timely Deliveries with expanded capacities. Access Larger Markets.

48 Alok Industries Limited Peninsula Towers, Peninsula Corporate Park, Ganpatrao Kadam Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai – Tel. +91 (22) / 500, Fax: +91 (22) Website: Thank you


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