Work hard and you will find success

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Titan Launches Production at New Jewelry Unit

06 april 2012

Titan Industries, part of Tata Group, began commercial production at its new integrated jewelry unit, Rapaport reports. The factory is located in the excise free zone in Pantnagar, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh.
The new Pantnagar unit has been commissioned at an approximate cost of $3 million (INR 150 million) and is expected to achieve a turnover of $49.1 million (INR 2.50 billion) during the financial year 2013, Titan stated. The factory will focus on manufacturing studded jewelry.
The company, which owns the Tanishq jewelry brand, said that the unit will employ about 250 people over the next two years and it will train them to make fine, studded jewelry. Titan operated 786 retail outlets in 155 towns as on December 31.