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Nine Companies in Noida Adopt Lean, Meenu Creations Selected Best

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Apparel Online India April, 16-30, 2013

Noida has become the first successful garment cluster closure under the Lean Manufacturing Competitiveness Scheme under the aegis of MSME, NPC (National Productivity Council). Nine companies - 22nd Milestone, B. L International, Meenu Creations, Priti Wear, Rainbow Fabart, Rag Trade India, Sahu Exports, Strange Exports and Avid Apparels /Wear India were involved in this scheme while Fashion Futures, Delhi was the consultant. Recently a closing ceremony was organised in Noida where Meenu Creations won the best factory award. Pooja Makhija, Director Fashion Forward, Lalit Thukral, President, Noida Apparel Export Cluster , Anil Peshawari of Meenu Creations were present at the event. Sunil Bhargava, Additional Secretary, NAEC (The…

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