DuPont partners with Arvind Ltd manufacture fabric in India

DuPont partners with Arvind Ltd to manufacture fabric in India

4:54 PM, 8th June 2011
DuPont partners with Arvind Ltd to manufacture fabric in India
Signing of the agreement between DuPont and Arvind.

NEW DELHI, INDIA: US-based DuPont said it has tied up with textiles firm Arvind to manufacture and market its Nomex branded fire resistant and industrial apparels in India. Under the agreement, Arvind will also be responsible for production and distribution of the brand in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.


“We have identified increased need for safety and security solutions as one of the global mega-trends that we will address through our focus on market driven local innovations and this agreement with Arvind is fully aligned with our growth strategy,” said Balvinder S Kalsi, President, DuPont (South Asia), in a press release.


“This agreement will ensure local availability of authentic DuPont Nomex fabric in India and shorten delivery time to meet the needs of customers, giving a competitive edge to DuPont in the market,” the company mentioned.


DuPont said that under the marketing and brand licensing agreement, it will supply Nomex brand fiber and provide technical support to Arvind for manufacture of Nomex flame resistant fabrics, it added.

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