Textile Industry of Thrissur


The prosperous textile mills of the district has made the textile Industry of Thrissur a leading industry in South India.
At present there are six such mills in Thrissur. The textile mills in Thrissur are;
  • Kerala Lakhsmi Mills in Pullazhi
  • Sitaram Spinning and Weaving Mills at Trichur
  • Rajgopal Textiles of Kuriachira
  • Trichur and Kunnat Textiles
Mainly Hosiery products are manufactured in most of these mills. Thrissur is one of the leading producer of hosiery end products in the state.

Popular as sewing threads, Vaiga is sold in every corner of the country. The first mill in Thrissur was the Sitaram Spinning and Weaving Mills. It was established in 1909 but was devastated by fire in 1953.

However it was soon reorganized and today it is one of the main textile plants of the area.



Last Updated on 01/06/2013

     


     

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