Persistence is what makes the impossible possible, the possible likely and the likely definite
Ludlow has played a pioneering role in the Indian jute mill industry in establishing the versatility of the golden fibre. Jute has traditionally been seen as the ideal fibre for making fabrics for packaging, particularly bulk items. But Ludlow has been the industry's trailblazer in developing an unending variety of non-traditional products out of jute. While there is a much higher degree of value addition in non-traditional items like special yarns, soil saver and scrim and their growing production is having the much-desired effect of reducing over supply of packaging materials.
Ludlow, the only jute mill to be built here by the Americans but later was acquired by Mr S.S. Kanoria, has distinguished itself by creating industry benchmarks in product quality and after sales service. While our efforts in product diversification will be going a long way in the rejuvenation of the jute industry, we have an abiding commitment to keeping the environment clean. In our untiring pursuit of reducing the use of environment unfriendly plastic, we have developed a number of substitute products, which have found ready global acceptance. As in the past, we will in partnership with our customers go on developing jute products for new applications. To make this happen, we will continue to make adequate investment in new generation machines as we further strengthen our research and development outfit and designing skills.
Our focus also is on continuously improving the skills of our mill workers who unlike their compatriots have developed a quality culture under the Americans. As we are dedicated to making eco-friendly products and replacing plastic from many of its daily uses, the way we are maintaining the sprawling mill premises on the bank of the river Ganges is a testimony of the length to which we will go to keep pollution at bay. In fact, rarely will one come across a mill that is so green, and so environment friendly.