INDIA: Raymond resumes operations at Gujarat plant
Indian textiles and apparel manufacturer Raymond Ltd has resumed operations at its manufacturing plant in Gujarat after it was temporarily closed for allegedly violating pollution rules.
The company suspended operations at the textile facility last week after it received a closure notice from the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB).
Raymond then filed a revocation application with the authorities and added that similar notices were issued to other manufacturing units operating within its own premises. The GPCB has withdrawn its closure notice, the company said today (12 March).
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