A diversified product mix of cotton and technical textiles.

Integrated operations with presence across cotton spinning, knitting, processing, and garmenting.

Established market leadership in spunlace nonwoven fabrics, which have applications in the personal care and medical industries

Pioneers in the domestic market for manufacture and promotion of consumer and institutional wipes

PROMOTERS


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Late Dr. Rajaram Jaipuria

(16.01.1934 – 17.01.2015)

Dr. Rajaram Jaipuria (16.01.1934 – 17.01.2015) with his vision and foresightedness conceived the Ginni Group. With 64 years behind him in managing industries including textiles, sugar and synthetic fibre etc., Dr. Jaipuria brought glory to the organization with a fifteen fold growth registered over the first 10 years of its inception. He was a strong protagonist of modernism, who used world class technologies to build quality culture across the group.

He was the ex-Chairman of Indian Cotton Mills Federation.

Besides being the main driving force behind the Ginni Group, Dr. Jaipuria had always contributed significantly towards philanthropic projects like educational institutions, hospitals and charitable organizations.

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Mr. Shishir Jaipuria

(Chairman & Managing Director)

Shri Shishir Jaipuria is B. Com., LLB and has about 30 years of experience in Textile Industry. He has served as Managing Director of The Pioneer Limited, a leading News Paper of U.P. He is a ex-President of Northern India Textile Mills’ Association (NITMA), ex-Chairman of UP Committee of PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry and ex-Chairman of Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI).
Mr. Jaipuria is Chairman & Managing Director of Ginni Filaments Ltd. He is the Chairman of the Textiles Committe, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), ex-Director of the National Skill Development Corporation and ex-Chairman of the Confederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) and Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA). He was the President of Northern India Textile Mills’ Association (NITMA) & Chairman of the U.P. Committee, PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PHDCCI).

Mr. Jaipuria is also Chairman of the Seth Anandram Jaipuria Education Society, which is involved in imparting quality education through its schools and management institutes. He is also associated with various societies and trusts rendering philanthropic activities namely – hospitals and charitable guest-houses.

Locations

The Head Office and Marketing office is located at Noida (Uttar Pradesh), in the outskirts of New Delhi.

Manufacturing locations are in Noida, Chatta (Uttar Pradesh), Panoli (Gujarat), and Haridwar (Uttarakhand).

Business Divisions

Conventional Textiles
Technical Textiles

History

The success story at GFL is the story of evolution of single minded devotion to quality.

Celebrating 25 years of manufacturing excellence.

1st-anniversary

The first plant was commissioned in 1990 for 100% combed cotton yarn with a capacity of 26,208 spindles as 100% Export Oriented Unit at Chatta (Uttar Pradesh).

By the year 1995, capacity of the Chatta plant was increased to 67,584 spindles. Open end yarn capacity with 1680 Rotors was added in 1998.

The company also expanded into knitted fabrics and installed knitting machines from M/s. Terrot and Cie & Mayer to produce Single Jersey, Interlock, Rib Terry and Lycra fabrics.

In April 2005, machinery was imported from Thies & Santex to process knitted fabrics for leading global brands.

In order to achieve full vertical integration and be present from fibre to fashion, it  entered the garment business with a unit in Noida, in Sept. 2006, with a capacity of 300,000 pieces per month. The capacity was further  increased to 800,000 pieces per month.

The next area of expansion was in the area of technical textiles and nonwovens. A state-of-the-art, modern facility with Spunlace technology was set up at Panoli, Gujarat. The plant capacity is 12,000 metric tonnes per annum and it can produce a wide variety of roll goods. The technology and equipments were provided by the world’s leading nonwoven machinery supplier M/S AndritzPerfojet, France. The quality of the products manufactured in the plant is truly world class with very wide acceptability and validation.

The company further vertically integratedto make consumer wipes from spunlace nonwoven fabrics. This business is being aggressively pursued. The company  supports all brands by contract manufacturing for them in a facility that meets all exacting requirements of these multi-national hygiene companies..