Globe Textiles (India) Limited to launch its Right Issue upto Rs 49 crore

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Ahmedabad: Ahmedabad-based fibre-to-fashion brand, Globe Textiles (India) Ltd – engaged in the manufacturing of Denim jeans, Shirting fabrics, cotton printed fabrics, home textiles is planning to launch its right issue upto Rs 49 crore soon. The funds raised through the issue will be utilized to meet the working capital requirements, acquisition of equity shares of a private limited company and for general corporate purposes.

The board of directors has announced on January 29, 2024 that it shall issue upto 15,11,41,500 equity shares of Rs 2 face value to eligible shareholders aggregating upto Rs 49 crores. Board of Directors of the company and committee constituted for the right issue shall announce the Rights issue price, entitlement ratio, Record date for the rights issue in the due course. In the Extra-ordinary General meeting held on December 29, 2023 the company has approved increase in authorized share capital from Rs 48 crore to Rs 61 crore and alteration of the capital clause in memorandum of association of the Company

Incorporated in 1995, Globe Textiles (India) Ltd is Ahmedabad (Gujarat) based fibre-to-fashion Company engaged in manufacturing, supply and trading of complete range of textile and apparel products including Denim jeans, Shirting fabrics, cotton printed fabrics, home textiles. It operates a futuristic manufacturing facility of sheer production brilliance dedicated to garmenting for international customers in an apparel Park. Cumulatively, the company has its production capacity sprawled over 2.5 lakh sq. feet housing various divisions. Together, it manufactures 2 million bed sets, 36 million meters of fabric and 2.5 million bottoms per annum.

A report by FICCI-Wazir Advisors predicts that the Indian textiles and apparel market is set to double, reaching USD 350 billion by 2030. This optimistic outlook is driven by a positive economic forecast and a strategic focus on emerging sectors like technical textiles, home furnishing, specialized fabrics, and fashion apparel. In 2022, the market size stands at USD 165 billion, including a USD 125 billion domestic market and USD 40 billion in exports. With a projected 10 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), the Indian market is poised for significant expansion, showcasing a promising future for the textile and apparel industry.

Further to strengthen India’s textile exports, the Union Cabinet, led by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has extended the Rebate of State and Central Taxes and Levies (RoSCTL) scheme for Apparel/Garments and Made-ups until March 31, 2026. This two-year extension provides a stable policy framework for the textile sector, supporting long-term trade planning. RoSCTL aims to compensate for various taxes and levies, aligning with the principle that taxes should not be exported. The scheme covers a wide range of taxes, including VAT on fuel and mandi tax, fostering competitiveness in the textile value chain. The extension reflects the government’s commitment to boosting India’s textile exports and ensuring a conducive environment for sustained sectoral growth.

GTIL is one of the reputed companies in the private sector with primary business forays in exporting/domestic fabrics. Company has reported robust financial results over the years with 10 year CAGR of 13 per cent in Revenue and 13 per cent Net Profit. For H1FY24 ended September 2023, company has reported Net Profit of Rs 2.81 crore and revenue from operation of Rs 234.78 crore. For FY23 company posted net profit of Rs 4.5 crore and revenue of Rs 399.4 crore. Company has been successfully termed as the STAR Exporter of Fabrics and garments catering to global and domestic markets since decades.

The company introduced its licensed denim brand, “Orijean,” with a strong commitment to producing sustainable denim wear. This initiative aligns with GLOBE’s vision to contribute to environmentally conscious and responsible fashion practices in the market. The brand is getting strong traction from the market.

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