Glocera, one of India’s fastest growing sanitaryware companies, opened its gates to manufacturing in India. Its manufacturing facility at Ghiloth ceramic zone was inaugurated by Surender Pal Singh, Minister of Mines & Petroleum, Government of Rajasthan. The day also witnessed another memorable moment as the gas connectivity to the factory was inaugurated in the same ceremony. Shedding light on the growing environmental hazards, Global Ceramics has been working on environment friendly strategies since the beginning which keeps it ahead in the business race. The usage of clean fuel (natural gas), which would be facilitated by Rajasthan State Gas Limited (RSGL), is going to set an example for competitors.
The ceremony was attended by Hari Ram Gupta, Chairman, Global Ceramics Pvt. Ltd., along with other company directors namely, Ved Prakash Gupta, Sh. Manoj Gupta and Niraj K Gupta along with various bureaucrats of the region.
The manufacturing facility which has the capacity to produce over 3,500 sellable products per day would also be generating direct and indirect employment to more than 450 people. The company is eyeing this opportunity to make its mark in India and abroad as it also plans to sell the products to various nations.
Niraj K Gupta said, “India is growing at a remarkable pace and we want to contribute to the same. As the world is looking up to our nation as an example, we want to be a part of the same journey from our segment. We are going to produce the best quality products at competitive rates and would like to spread the Indian culture via our business.”
Surender Pal Singh while complimenting Global Ceramics Pvt. Ltd., for their initiative and RSGL for speeding up the process of providing natural gas to industries as well as consumers also explained how Rajasthan is setting an example by providing clean fuel to the maximum areas as per Chief Minister, Vasundhra Raje’s vision. He also shared his vision of converting Ghiloth ceramic zone into one of the best ceramic zones in the country.