Man-made fiber includes both synthetic fibers and celluloses. Rayon is a generic term for man-made fiber, composed of regenerated cellulose and deviates also called as celluloses. The standard types include viscose staple fiber (VSF) and continuous viscose filament yarn (VFY) while the synthetic fiber includes polyester nylon, propylene, acrylic etc. This segment of industry has vital role to play in Textile Industry. The Asian share of global VSF product has growing many folds as there was an increase in need for Filament Yarn. This is presumably due to the shift in textile production from developed countries to low cost Asia. The shift continues and textile consumption in Asia is likely to grow in line with rapid economic growth in the countries. In the near future the supply of Celluloses fibers will drop slightly and supply of synthetic fibers will grow by about 2.3% per annum. Till 1950 a small quantity of Viscose Filament Yarn was imported into India. In 1950 the first Viscose Filament Rayon Yarn of M/S Travancore Rayon at Rayonpuram, Kerala was commissioned which was later on followed by National Rayon plant at Mohane in Kalyan in the beginning of 1951. Last Viscose Filament Yarn plant was commissioned in the year 1964. After that no new plant were commissioned due to the heavy capital requirement and fierce competition from synthetic filament yarn. Due to expansion of the existing plants, higher production for Filament yarns was achieved in 70's 80's. M/S J. K. Rayon at Kanpur stopped production in early 1980's. M/S Travancore also seized production around 1983-84 and restarted it in 1987. At present 7 filament yarn production facilities are in operation producing about 60000 tones yarn per annum pushing the capacity of Viscose Filament Yarn production in India to 68300 MT per annum.
[...] So by this the role of the information system in the today's marketing has increased, as its increased not due to the technology but due to the results that it generates on the basis of which a company can take decisions under the light of the information so provided by the system, as under DEMAND FORCASTING COMPETITION CONSUMERS DISPOSABLE INCOME BUYING BEHAVIOUR MARKET SHARE GOVERNMENT POLICY HELPS IN EXPLORING NEW MARKET'S IN KNOWING THE GOODWILL After going through the two month long training program, functioning of the organization which I observed from that it can be concluded that Indian Rayon & Industries Ltd. [...]
[...] The policy is a blend of seniority and merit consideration stressing more emphasis on seniority. And employee is promoted considering his ability to deal with problems occurs among the subordinates and seniors as well as level of proficiency, loyalty, etc. Promotion is given after every 3 or 4 years on the basis of disciplinary action and by performance appraisal system. Employees are promoted within the organization in term of vacancies or creation of new post. IR&IL Co. adopts to take the advance of the employees, one very well aware of companies policy and production procedures in term to motivate them. [...]
[...] Rayon yarn is use as a raw material in textiles industries that are not affected by any media of advertisement and that is the reason why the company is not advertising its product. The company publishes magazines, which depicts various facts and figures of companies manufacturing process, EXIM policy, pricing policy, strategies, etc. I short; the company adopts the direct advertising method. Transportation The IR&IL Co. uses road way and railway for transportation. The products are distributing though trucks. The unit utilizes contract carriers. [...]
[...] This study is concluded for the partial fulfillment of the requirement for the course and therefore the results can not be used on a wider range. However the study throws light on some of the important which can form a better training program according to the needs of new results and result oriented. The orientation does not mean a return to the philosophy of learning solely by experience. But it does emphasis the significance of an individual inner motivation and abilities. [...]
[...] launch on 6 February 2003, effective from 1 August 2002 Entry into business process outsourcing with the acquisition of TransWorks, a leading Indian ITES/BPO company. Madura Garments launches SGF jeans, a revolutionary denim brand targeted at the younger generation. 2002 PSI Data System acquires Birla Technologies Limited. 2001 Life insurance subsidiary Birla Sun Life Insurance Company commences operations in March. Indian Rayon acquires PSI Data Systems. 2000 Indian Rayon acquires Madura Garments, taking the Aditya Birla Group to the top of the league in the branded apparels sector. [...]
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