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Auckland

International Limited

CIN:L36934WB1977PLC031184

MANAGEMENT

 

The Company is managed by well experienced Board of Directors and Officers having vast knowledge in the field of Company’s activities. The production process are being taken care by well established Managers’ supported by other Staff Members in the field of various stages of production. The Company always maintains cordial relationship with the employees of all categories.

 

AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL LIMITED was incorporated in Kolkata, West Bengal on 30th September 1977 and started manufacturing of Jute Goods by amalgamating The Auckland Jute Company Limited with effect from 1st July, 1980. The amalgamating Company was established at the close of Nineteenth Century by Bird & Helgiers Ltd., one of the erstwhile British Managing Agency Houses of Kolkata. The Kankarias, well known to Jute having vast knowledge and experience in Jute & Jute Goods, taken over the controlling powers from the Bird & Company Limited in the year 1969-70. The manufacturing Unit famously known as Auckland Jute Mills is situated about 35 km from the city of Kolkata, on the bank of Hooghly River in Jagatdal, North 24 Parganas in the State of West Bengal 

The goods manufactured by the Company are well recognizable in Indian as well abroad markets. The Company is manufacturing quality Hessian, Odorless Tea Bag Cloth, Double Warp Tarpaulin Cloth, Canvas Cloth and Sacking A Twill Bags for Sugar packing & B Twill for other food grain packing’s. In addition to conventional products the Company is also producing innovative products like Scrim Cloth, Felt and A type Bags for food grain also.

First in the State of West Bengal, the Company has installed Roof top panels for Solar Power generating plant in Auckland Jute Mills and successfully commissioned the first phase of 250 Kwh generation systems. The Power generated from the plant will be captive consumed for manufacturing in the Mills.