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JCT Limited, one of the leading manufacturer of textiles and filament yarn, is the flagship company of Thapar Group. With operations in two distinct businesses вЂ“ cotton, synthetic blended textiles and nylon filament yarn вЂ“ JCT Limited is a market driven company fueled by good work ethic, values and a high standard of performance. It is this culture that has helped establish the companyвЂ™s reputation as one of the finest in the country.
JCT Limited was the first textile manufacturer in the country to introduce eco-friendly fabrics made of organic cotton and its textile division was the first in the industry to be accredited with an ISO 9001 certification in 1996. Over five decades, since it commenced production in 1946, the textile unit of JCT Limited has grown into one of the largest textile manufacturers in India. With integrated textile facility in Phagwara (Punjab), a daily production capacity of 63 million meters per annum, and a product range consisting of some of the finest cotton and blended fabrics, this division has made a mark both the domestic and international markets. And this has been driven by the desire to excel in every sphere of its operations - spinning, weaving and processing, as well as stringent quality control at each stage of production.
The companyвЂ™s other operations include Filament Yarn, JCT Limited was also the first to set up a Colour Picture Tube plant in India (manufactured by JCT Electronics Ltd. in technical collaboration with Hitachi Ltd, Japan). Its Filament Plant is one of the largest in India with a capacity of 14000 MT per annum.
JCT Limited follows a balanced model for growth вЂ“ corporate responsibility and contribution towards social causes such as literacy and environment, sports and sportspersons development areas important as innovations in production techniques.
About the Visionary.
Our founder Lala Karam Chand Thapar (1900 to 1963) was an ordinary man who went on to achieve extraordinary things. He was a self-made man in the true sense of the word. After his marriage, Shyamlal, a cousin who ran a coal depot in Ludhiana, introduced Sachhar to Karam Chand and in the course of their conversation, the young boy was offered a partnership, which enabled him to do business in the coal belt of Jharia, near Dhanbad in Bihar.
It was a mix of luck and acumen that propelled Karam Chand into the vortex of the coal industry. Soon he moved to Calcutta, an office was rented at 9, Dalhousie Square east, where the firms of Karam Chand Thapar and Co. Karam Chand Thapar Bros. and Shyamlal Thapar Bros. were established. In 1923 he made history of sorts by acquiring the rights to exploit Bird and Co.вЂ™s Sirka Coal mine in Hazaribagh.
His 1936 acquisition of the Deoria Sugar Mills in the Gorakhpur District brought an associated electric supply company into his fold. After a quick succession of the sugar mills, he ventured into the business of insurance, dry ice, and refrigeration, starch and chemicals and paper. His ambition led him to acquire the Mahavir Insurance Co. Ltd. in Calcutta in 1937.
In 1946 Karam Chand started textile business by starting the Jagatjit Cotton Textiles Mills Ltd. At Phagwara in the Punjab. This mill produced unfinished cloth for export to the U.K. where it was further processed and mercerized.
In early 1947 Karam Chand entrusted the planning of three other textile mills in Phagwara, Amritsar and Bhutwal to an Englishman, J.A. Meek, of Greaves Cotton and Co. Ltd. Later he asked his key colleagues to make an organization chart and manual as a guide-rail for the Thapar and served notice all that Karam Chand had begun to consolidate his vast empire and bring professionalism in ThaparвЂ™s businesses.
Lala Karam Chand Thapar started Ballarpur Industries limited (BILT) in 1945 as Ballarpur Paper and Straw Board Mills Limited incorporated.