c/o Teollisen yhteistyön rahasto Oy (FINNFUND)
00181 Helsinki - FINLAND
puh: 09 348 434 (mainitsethan puhelimessa, että tavoittelet Finnpartnershipia)
IndustryTextiles and clothing
Survey No.284, Opp. Galaxy Cotton, Shapar Main Road, SHAPAR (Veraval), Rajkot, Gujarat, INDIA
Company Address email@example.com
Mr. Prince Kasundra
Overseas Business Manager
OrganisationIf interested in this company please contact FP. Consultant can be assigned to verify the company.
Project typeTrade intermediary (distributor, importer, agent, representative)
Project abstractTirupati Cotton, Indian company specialised in manufacturing, supplying and exporting of Cotton is searching for Finnish buyers and trade intermediaries for their products.
Project descriptionThe company, established in 2007 is based in Rajkot, Gujarat, INDIA and currently employs 25 persons with a turnover of INR. 100 crore per annum which consist exports approximately about 25% of total annual turnover.
Tirupati Cotton is operating in manufacturing; supplying and exporting of various cotton based products. The company can provide Recycled cotton fibre packed in form of bales & unrecycled cotton fibre bales from fresh raw cotton. The company is specialized in recycling waste cotton. According to the company's own words, they are looking forward to build & develop a long and healthy business relationship with all partners as they focus to do business genuinely & faithfully.
The customers so far have been from India and the South-East Asian countries like Vietnam and Indonesia where the company is exporting via trader from the UK.
The company is currently looking for cotton importers (e.g. yarn manufacturers, apparel/garment/textile manufacturers), cotton buyers, cotton traders, cotton wholesalers and cotton products manufacturers to enter the EU market especially in Finland, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, U.K., Poland, etc.
Number of employees10-49
Annual turnover in €10 - 50 million
Annual balance sheet total0 - 0,5 million
Already engaged in international co-operationYes
Percentage of transnational activities10 to 49 %