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Indian Spunlace Market Gets A Start

April 20, 2005

An Indian textiles producer has partnered with French systems provider Rieter Perfojet to establish its country?s first spunlace operation. Ginni Filament, based in New Delhi, will install a 3.6-meter-wide, 12,000 ton-per-year Rieter Perfojet Jetlace 3000 spunlace line with a Perfodry 3000 air through dryer, which will primarily target the Indian disposable wipes market when it comes onstream in 12 months.

Ginni Filament owner and founder Rajaram Jaipuria said the decision to enter the spunlace market was born out of a need for diversification. The company has worked with Rieter?s textile division since 1990.

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