Ketty Apparel Plans To Double Production Capacity By End Of 2021

Anand Patil, CEO, Indiform

Ketty Apparel India Pvt. Ltd., known for its brand of Indiform workwear, is planning to double its manufacturing capacity from the current 1 million pieces per annum, to 2 million pieces per annum, by the end of 2021.

“Workwear demand is increasing in India and globally, and we want to be ready to cater to this demand. Hence, we have planned this capacity expansion,” said Anand Patil, CEO, Indiform.

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Ketty Apparel has already crossed production of one million pieces of workwear per annum. It has also begun manufacturing 500 protective fire retardant coverall suits per day at its dedicated line set up in its new facility.

“Protective and safety clothing engineered at Indiform find applications in heat and flame protection, arc flash protection, chemical and hazmat protection, cut and mechanical protection, contamination bioburden protection,” said Anand Patil.

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Ketty Apparels  has set up a world class garment manufacturing unit over an area of 15 acres, in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, equipped with high end machinery infrastructure comprising finishing machinery from Macpi, Italy, sewing infrastructure from Pfaff, Germany, Durkopp Adler AG, and Juki, Japan while latest automated cutting infrastructure from Martin Italy, Eastman USA, Rich Peace & Yin Japan.

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