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Arvind Mills: Denim disappoints

Mar 12, 2004

Indian textile major, Arvind Mills, declared lacklustre results for the December quarter 2003. The topline of the company dipped by around 8% during the quarter. Relatively high cotton prices affected operating margins significantly (down 530 basis points), as a result of which the bottomline of the company decline by 48% YoY.

Arvind Mills: A review

Oct 6, 2003

Arvind Mills is the flagship company of the Lalbhai Group. It is world’s third largest and India’s largest denim producer and commands 70% domestic market share with 120 m meters of denim rolling out every year. The company is also into knitting and shirting. Apart from textiles, Arvind Mills has presence in ready-to-wear, agrochemical and telecom industry through its subsidiaries.

Raymond: An overview

Sep 25, 2003

Raymond’s business interests comprise fabrics, denim, branded garments and files tools. It is the world’s third largest integrated manufacturer of wool and wool blended fabrics with production capacity of 25 m meters. It is also the world’s largest steel file manufacturer with over 90% domestic market share and 30% share globally. It is among the top denim manufacturers in the country.

Arvind Mills: Improved realisations

Sep 11, 2003

With the phasing out of the MFA (Multi-Fiber Arrangement) in 2005, Indian textile majors like Arvind Mills will have an opportunity to improve their access to the textile markets based in Europe and the US. In this article, we look at the 1QFY04 results of company and analyse the performance of its various divisions.

Indian Textiles: 2005 and beyond

Jun 23, 2003

The Indian textile sector is due for a sea change from January 1, 2005. This is when the sector will be free from quotas and India will be free to import and export textile goods. This is a very important development for the Indian textile industry. In this article, we try to look at some of the aspects of the post-WTO scenario for the sector.

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