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RIT: Complete solutions from knitting to garmenting

RIT Complete solutions from knitting to garmenting


Discussing the company’s profile and product, Saurabh Bihani, Director, RIT says “RIT stands for RI Texsolutions. We provides solutions from knitting to finishing of the garment. We have a tie up with about 13 big brands internationally. In essence, we are a one stop destination for providing all garmenting relates solutions.” The company is into day to day consumables used from knitting through to garmenting. This year, they came up with products from Wayken. We showcased our products at GTE expo.”

Discussing GTE, Saurabh says, “GTE has been a good platform for new launches. We are penetrating deep into the domestic market with Wayken this year. We have knives, cutters, cutting machines and much more. The brand is from Taiwan. We have been with Groz Beckert since 1961 when it first launched in India.”

Evaluating the country’s garmenting sector Bihani says, “With China becoming expensive and the Indian market becoming more organised post the introduction of reforms, we see extensive growth outlook for the country in 2018. The share of the organised market will increase and only people who are doing right things in a right manner will survive. This will promote high quality standards in all aspects. We expect more companies to purchase branded machinery. This will help in efficiency and productivity.”

He says, “We deal with imported machinery only because they cannot be matched in quality. India can’t match the level of foreign R&D. The good thing is many big global companies are setting up their production units in India. Groz Beckert has setup their plant here. So it is a good sign. Indian manufacturers enter tie up with companies which are planning to set up their base here.”

Discussing Make In India he says, “India is a trading country. We lack discipline like Western countries. They conduct extensive R&D and get equal support from their government. This ecosystem promotes growth. Fortunately in India we have people who are capable of bringing about this change, but they do not get help for their growth. Besides there are mind-set issues.”

Lamenting the need for skilled labour Saurabh says, “This is one of the major issues the sector is facing currently in India. This can be sorted only if the government and industry work together towards bringing about an improvement in labour laws.”

Discussing their future plans he says, “Bringing quality machinery to India has been our primary focus. We are doing that and will keep doing so in future.We believe in providing exceptional services too because selling machinery alone does not help the manufacturer and us. We try to sensitise people as much as possible.”