INDIA: Bombay Dyeing Restructure Cuts Workforce By 50 Per Cent
The company also plans to relocate to new sites in the western state of Maharashtra.
"It's difficult to survive in Mumbai (Bombay). Processing, printing, and a part of the spinning and weaving activities will move out of the city. We are currently drawing up a list of probable places," managing director Adhiraj Sarin said.
Bombay Dyeing is the flagship firm of the Wadia group.
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