Jute GEO-Textiles (JGT)

Jute geotextile (JGT) is an emerging engineering product with application-potential in many areas of civil engineering faced with soil related problems. The products have already been successfully tried in protection of banks of river and canals, management of slopes, strengthening of roads, controlling of subsidence of railway tracks, stabilizing embankments & overburden dumps in mines. Continuing research on JGT is opening up potential of the product in new areas like pond ash stabilization.

The biggest advantage of JGT is its easy availability, economic price-range (much lower than the synthetic and other natural varieties) and eco-compatibility. Besides, JGT can be tailor-made as per end-users’ technical requirements like porometry, permittivity, tensile strength and other parameters.

This literature provides the interested end-users, engineers and consultants with technical specifications of standard JGT. This will enable the users to select the right type of JGT for a particular job or to decide on a non-standard type of JGT if warranted.

  1. ADVANTAGES OF JGT
  2. PRICE COMPETITIVENESS OF JGT
  3. BIO-DEGRADABILIY OF JGT- IS IT A TECHNICAL DETERRENT?
  4. STANDARDIZATION OF JGT IN INDIA
  5. USES OF JUTE GEO-TEXTILES
    1. JUTE GEOTEXTILES FOR CONTROL OF SURFACE SOIL EROSION BY RAIN AND WIND:
    2. JUTE GEOTEXTILES FOR SEPARATION AND FILTRATION
    3. JUTE GEOTEXTILES FOR FILTRATION AND DRAINAGE
    4. PRE- FABRICATED JUTE DRAIN FOR ACCELERATED CONSOLIDATION OF SOFT SOIL
  6. APPLICATION AREAS OF JGT
  7. MANUFACTURERS OF JUTE GEOTEXTILES IN INDIA
    1. LIST OF MANUFACTURERS OF WOVEN JUTE GEOTEXTILES AS ON DECEMBER 2017
    2. LIST OF MANUFACTURERS OF OPEN WEAVE JUTE GEOTEXTILE
    3. LIST OF MANUFACTURERS OF NON WOVEN JUTE GEOTEXTILE
Shri Pradip Choudhury,
National Jute Board, Kolkata (Subject Matter Expert – Jute GeoTextiles)

1. ADVANTEGES OF JGT

Advantages of JGT are several. These are –

Technical:

  • High initial modulus
  • Low elongation-at-break
  • High roughness co-efficient
  • Its drapability is the best of all geotextiles- synthetics and natural.
  • Being highly water-absorbent (about 5 times its dry weight), JGT effects better on-land storage than any other geotextile needed for surficial soil erosion control.
  • An excellent drainage medium.
  • Thickness of open weave JGT helps reduce the velocity of overland flow and entrap detached soil particles thus facilitating control over surface soil erosion.
  • On biodegradation it mixes with soil and enhances the engineering properties of soil.

General:

  • Easy availability. Excellent spinable and weavable fiber
  • Can be tailor-made to confirm to the specifications of the end-users.
  • Cost-competitive compared to man-made and other geotextiles.
  • Environment-friendly. Annual agricultural resource; hence renewable. Acts as mulch.

2. PRICE COMPETITIVENESS OF JGT

  • One of the advantages of using JGT is its price competiveness against all other types of geotextiles available in India. Cost of JGT is almost half the prevailing cost of similar synthetic geotextiles in India. Cost of coir geotextiles is also much above than that of JGT resulting in significant economical benefit in construction of roads, slope and river bank protection. National Jute Board (NJB) provides technical guidance to the end-users in regard to design, procurement, testing and installation of JGT at site. NJB also prove technical guidance to the jute mills to produce right type of JGT.
  • In road construction works there could be a direct saving of about 10% to 12% compared to the conventional cost by using JGT excluding the ‘environmental cost’. In river-bank protection works, the cost savings may be as high as 20% of the conventional cost as JGT fully replaces the granular filter being conventionally used. Cost of JGT used for slope protection is 75 %less than coir and 90 % less than that of synthetic one. Further, use of JGT will facilitate growth of vegetation denser, deeper and quicker without structural intervention.
  • It is thus economical and environmentally advisable to use JGT

3. BIO-DEGRADABILIY OF JGT- IS IT A TECHNICAL DETERRENT?

  • The question about low durability of JGT is often asked by the end-users who apprehend that the stability of any construction gained as a result of use of JGT may be at a stake on bio-degradation of JGT. This notion is not based on reality and stems from a superficial conception about the mechanism of geotextiles-soil interaction. All geotextiles act as change agents to the soil on which they are laid and improve its behavior by concurrent functions of separation, filtration and drainage. The three functions aided by the high initial strength of JGT help consolidate the soil. Consolidation incidentally is a protracted process and implies gradual reduction of the pore water-content in a soil body over a period of time. With the use of appropriate geotextiles the process of consolidation is quickened and optimized within about a couple of season-cycles. If JGT can be made to retain its initial features such as strength and porometry up to acceptable limits, there is no technical reason why it cannot act as effectively as its synthetic counterpart. Bio-degradation of JGT after a year or so is thus not a technical deterrent as is commonly perceived.

COMPARISON WITH SYNTHETIC (MAN-MADE) GEOTEXTILES

  • Synthetic geotextile experiences much higher extension-at-break (30%-50%) compare to JGT within (10%-12%). Lower extension-at-break helps induce larger membrane effect and resultant higher CBR in roads.
  • Except in applications of harsh survivability, JGT can be used with acceptable reliability in most of the geotechnical applications. In applications where use of impervious geotextiles are recommended and where persistent contact with saline water as in case of control of coastal erosion is envisaged, use of appropriate SGT is the preferred option. In all other cases of soil erosion, environmentally and price-wise JGT has an edge over its synthetic counterpart.

4. STANDARDIZATION OF JGT IN INDIA

  1.  Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS)-
    1.  IS 14986:2001-Guidelines for application of Jute Geo-textiles for rain water erosion control in road & railway embankments and hill slopes
    2. IS 14715 (Part 1) : 2016 – JUTE-GEOTEXTILES (Part 1) STRENGTHENING OF SUBGRDAE OF ROADS-SPECIFICATIONS (Second Rivision)
    3. IS 14715 (Part 2) : 2016-JUTE-GEOTEXTILES (Part 2) CONTROL OF BANK OF RIVER AND WATERWAYS SPECIFICATIONS (Second Rivision)
    4. IS 16089 : 2013 – JUTE AGROTEXTILES-SAPLING BAG FOR GROWTH OF SEEDLING /SAPLING-SPECIFICATION
  2.  Indian Railways –
    1. RD&SO, Ministry of Railways-Guidelines for Application of Jute Geotextiles in Railway Embankment and Hill Slopes, No. RD&SO/2007/GE: G0008, February,2007
    2. Unified standard SoR 2011 Guidelines for earthwork in railways projects
    3. Indian Railways has accepted in principle use of JGT in unstable formations (vide Budget Speech of the Hon’ble  Railway Minister for 2010-11 & 2011-12)
  3. Indian Roads Congress –
    1. Recommended Practice for Treatment of Embankment and Road side Slope       for Erosion Control (IRC: 56-2011)
    2. State -of-the Art Report on: Use of Jute Geotextiles in Road Construction and Prevention of soil erosion/landslides (IRC-HRB SR No.-21-2012)
    3. MoRTH Specification for Road & Bridge Works (20013)

Besides there are references in RD & SO and IRC literatures advocating use of JGT. Rural Roads Manual, IRC (IRC: SP: 20:2002) also mentioned use of JGT in road construction works. JGT is an accredited material by IRC (IRC Journal December, 2012)

National Jute Board (NJB)- erstwhile JMDC –has published a manual on applications of JGT describing important tests for quality assessment, design approach and installation guidelines. A book on performance evaluation of some of the significant case studies with JGT and an anthology of authentic papers on JGT have also been published by NJB (Sept, 2011).

Indian Academy of Highway Engineers (IAHE) at Noida under the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Rural Connectivity Training and Research Centre ( RCTRC) at Kalyani under Govt. of West Bengal, Indian Railway Institute of Civil Engineers (IRICEN, Pune under Ministry of Railways and Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) have included Jute Geotextiles in its course curriculum. The institutes conduct regular courses for practicing engineers of the government departments throughout the country wherein the experts of NJB deliver lecture as and when requested by them.

It is pertinent to mention in this context that to secure international accreditation, JGT should be used more extensively for generation of sufficient field data.

  1. Inclusion of JGT –related Items in Schedules of Rates

Irrigation & Waterways Department, Govt. of West Bengal has included an item on JGT in its Schedule of Rates as a filter material for control of river bank erosion. The State PW (Roads) Directorate has already included two items of JGT viz., 724 gsm woven-25 KN/m for strengthening of sub grade and 500 gsm Open Weave JGT for slope stabilization in its SoR. Govt. of Assam and Meghalaya have also included JGT as an item of work in their SoR for use in road construction and erosion control of river bank. The Indian Railways has included an item on JGT in its Unified SoR 2011 valid for all railway zones. BRO has recently included JGT in their SSoR.

5.(i) Jute Geotextiles for control of surface soil erosion by Rain and Wind:

Jute Geotextiles for control of surface soil erosion by Rain and Wind

Open weave Geo-textiles

Inductive Specifications

TYPES/PROPERTIES 1 2 3 Test Method
Weight (g/m2)at 20% M.R 730 500 292 ASTM D5261
Threads/dm (MD*CD) 7*7 6.5*4.5 12*12 IS 1963
Thickness (mm) 6 5 3 ASTM D5199
Width (cm) 122 122 122 IS 1954
Open area (%) 40 50 60
Strength (KN/m) [MD*CD] 12*12 10*7.5 10*10 ASTM D459

APPLICATIONS AREAS

  • SLOPES OF ROAD, RAILWAY AND HILL
  • BRIDGE APPROACH, SLOPE OF RESERVOIRS AND EMABANKMENTS
  • STABILISATION OF SAND DUNES SEA BEACH, OVER BURDEN DUMPS OF OPEN CAST MINES AND POND ASH DUMPS OF POWER PLANTS.
  • AFFORESTATION IN SEMI–ARID ZONES

JUTE GEOTEXTILES FOR CONTROL OF SURFACE SOIL EROSION BY RAIN AND WIND

APPLICATION PHOTO

Destabilised hill slope, Sahashradhara

JGT laid over the prepared slope, Shahasradhara

Condition of the JGT treated Mine Spoil, Shahasradhara

5.(ii) JUTE GEOTEXTILES FOR SEPARATION AND FILTRATION

JUTE GEOTEXTILES FOR SEPARATION AND FILTRATIO

TYPICAL WOVEN GEOTEXTILES

Inductive Specifications

TYPES/ PROPERTIES D.W Plain D.W. Plain Water repellant & durable Test Method
Weight (g/m2) 724 627 ASTM D5261
Threads/dm (MD*CD) 94*39 85*32 IS1963
Thickness (mm) 1.85 1.7 ASTM D5199
Width (cm) min 100 100 IS 1954
Tensile Strength (kN/m) (MD*CD), min 25*25 20*20 ASTM D4595
Elongation at break (%) (MD *CD) 10*10 8*8 ASTM D4595
Pore size (O90) Micron 150-400 150-400 ASTM D4751
Permittivity at 50 cm water head (sec-1) 350*10-3 350*10-3 ASTM D4491
Puncture resistance (kN) 0.500 0.400 ASTM D4833

APPLICATIONS AREAS

  • CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD & RAILWAY EMBANKMENTS ON SOFT SOIL
  • STRENGTHENING ROAD PAVEMENT
  • RIVER AND CANEL BANK PROTECTION

APPLICATION PHOTO

5.(iii) JUTE GEOTEXTILE FOR FILTARATION AND DRAINAGE

JUTE GEOTEXTILE FOR FILTARATION AND DRAINAGE

NON-WOVEN GEOTEXTILES

Inductive Specifications

TYPES /PROPERTIES 1 2 Test Method
Weight (g/m2) at 20% M.R 500 1000 ASTM D5261
Thickness (mm) 4 8 ASTM D5199
Width (cm) 150 150 IS 1954
Strength (KN/m) [MD*CD] 4*5 6*7 ASTM D4595
Elongation at break (%) (MD*CD) 20*25 20*25 ASTM D4595
Co-eff. Of water permittivity (m/s) 3.4*10-3 3.4*10-4 ASTM D4491

APPLICATIONS AREAS

  • CONSTRUCTION OF CONCEALED RUBBLE DRAINS BY THE SIDE OF ROADS AND RAILWAYS
  • DRAINAGE FOR FILL MATERIALS IN FLYOVERS

APPLICATION PHOTO

5.(iv) PRE-FABRICATED JUTE DRAIN FOR ACCELARATED CONSOLIDATION OF SOFT SOIL

PRE-FABRICATED JUTED DRAIN

FOR ACCELARATED CONSOLIDATION OF SOFT SOIL

Inductive Specifications

Material Coir-wicks within jute sheath
Width (mm) 100
Thickness (mm) 5
Tensile strength (KN/100 mm) 45
Pore size (O90) [micron] 300
Discharge Capacity at 50kPa (mI/s) 13

APPLICATIONS AREAS

  • AIRPORTS, WIREHOUSE, CAR PARKS
  • REPAIRING OF ROAD & RAILWAY EMBANKMENT MADE OF COMPRESSIBLE FILL MATERIAL

PRE-FAB JUTE DRAINS FOR ACCELARATED CONSOLIDATION OF SOFT SOIL

APPLICATION PHOTO

6. APPLICATION AREAS OF JGT

JGT can be used with advantage in the following areas-

  • Protection of slopes in earthen embankments & cuttings, rainwater harvesting tank, hill slopes, dumps and heaps granular materials like pond ash in thermal power plants, slime in iron mines etc.
  • Stabilization of embankments.
  • Control of erosion in banks of rivers, waterways, canals.
  • Construction of roads, haul roads.
  • Control of settlement of railway tracks.
  • Construction of concealed drains especially in hill roads.
  • Consolidation of any type of soft soil by pre-fabricated vertical jute drains.
  • Management of watersheds and prevention of denudation of arid and semi-arid lands.

Potential of JGT in geo-environmental applications still remains unexplored in India. Solid waste cover with JGT is one such area in urban conglomerates. JGT holds an edge over its synthetic counterpart in geo-environmental applications because of its bio-degradability and its conduciveness for growth of vegetation.

JGT facilitates bio-engineering measures. World Bank now favours treatment of eroded soil with bio-engineering techniques. JGT exerts a mulching action to accentuate growth of vegetation in such cases.

However it is necessary to point out JGT is not a panacea to all soil-related problems. It cannot be used in situations where full imperviousness of the fabric (geo-membrane) is a criterion.

7.(i) LIST OF MANUFACTURERS OF WOVEN JUTE GEOTEXTILES AS ON DECEMBER 2017

NO. Name Address Phone Fax Contact person
1 Ambica Multifibres
Unit:Bally Jute Mills
6, Little Russell St.,
Kolkata -700 071.
E-mail: bally@kankaria group.com
033 2247-9921/ 2286 / 9720 033 2247-7998 033 2240-3159
033 2247-9621
033 2247-9921
Mr.A.K. KANKARIA, Director, Mr. Rampuria – 9831000459
2 Ambica Multifibres
Ambica Jute Mills
6, Little Russell St., Kolkata -700 071
E-mail: bally@kankariagroup.com
033 2247-9921/
2286 / 9720
033 2247-7998
033 2240-3159
033 2247-9621
033 2247-9921
Mr.A.K.Kankaria, Director, Mr.Rampuria-9831000459
3 Birla Corporation Ltd.
Unit: Birla Jute Mill
9/1 R.N. Mukherjee Rd,
3rd& 4th Floor
Kolkata -700 001.
E-mail:aditya@birlacorp.com
grverma@birlacorp
03366033100,
66166900
66166947
033 2248-7988/2872 Mr. G R Verma
Sr. Vice President – Mobile-9339734696, 70221244715
Mr Tarun Baid- 9903630199
4 AI Champadany Ind. Ltd. –Wellington
Jute Mills
25, Princep Street
Kolkata – 700 072
Email: cil@ho.champdany.co.in
033-22377880-84
033 22259093
033 2236 3754/2225 0221 Shri Nirmal Pujara, Director – 9831016405
5 Naffar Chandra
Jute Mills
2, Coopers Lane,
Kolkata-700 001
033-2248 5558 /1034 033-2225 0221 Shri D. J. Wadhwa
6 Gloster Jute Mills Ltd. 21, Strand Road,
Calcutta – 700 001.
E-mail: marketing@glosterjute.com
projects@glosterjute.com,
info@glosterjute.com
033 2230-9601/ 9602/ 9603/ 9604/ 9606 / 9674175751 033 2231-6831
2231-4222
Mr. D.C. Baheti, Exe. Director –9830020786
Mr. B L Atal-9674175751
7 Hooghly Mills Co. Ltd
Unit: Hukumchand,
Bowreah, Fort
William & Hooghly
24/1/1 Alipur Road,
3rd Floor,
Kolkata – 700 027
Email:pankaj.agarwal@hooghlygroup.com
Chandra_samir@rediffmail.com
033 24500500, 033 24500510, 033 24480047/0058 033 2231-6831 CSM- Mr. Pankaj Agarwal-9830012351,
CEO-Mr S.Chanda-9830037285
8 Hasting Jute Mill 15B, Hemanta Bose Sarani, Ground floor
Kolkata -700 001.
Email: kajaria@jute-india.com
033 2210-4821 033 2248-4104 Mr. S. Kajaria, Managing Director.
Mr B Saha, GM- 9830365699
Pankaj Agarwal- 9830970230
9 Ludlow Jute Mills KCI Plaza, 23C Ashutosh Choudhury Avenue Kolkata-700019.
E mail : anand.saraf@ludlowjute.com
ajay.todi@ludlowjute.com
033-40506300/6330/6331 033-40506333/40506334 Mr. Ajoy Todi M.D. Mobile-9830450221
Mr. Anand Saraf 9831225162
10 The Ganges Manufacturing Ltd 33A, J. L. Neheru Road, Chatterjee Intl. Centre,6th Floor,Flat No.A1,Kolkata-700071 033-22260881/0883/6283/6953 033 2288 7591 Mr. Abhisek Poddar, M.D.
11 Howrah Mills Co.Ltd Howrah House, 135 ForeshoreRd.(Upper), Howrah 711102 033 2660-1446/2302/2748 033 2660-1747/5258 Mr. Sanjay Mall, Director -9831151065
12 Reliance Jute Ltd. 11/1 Sarat Bose Road Ideal Plaza, South Block 4th floor, Kolkata – 700020
E-mail : mktgho@reliancejute.com
033 2280 7017-19 033 2280 7016 Mrs. Hada Director-9830089360
Mr. Mukesh-9830053094
13 Shree Gouri Shankar Jute Mills Ltd. 6A Braborn Road, 5th floor Kolkata-700 001
Email : sgsjml@gmail.com
40218680
9830971053
2229-1346 Mr. C S Chhajer MD-9830971051
Mr. Singodia-9830971058
14 East India Commercial Co.Ltd G T Road, Eluru-534002, AP
E mail:eicc@eiccltd.com
08812 226903 08812 237370 Mr. Brijgopal
Lunani – MD
Mobile No -09393037371
MR.Sanker Lunani
09393159900
15 Samnagar Jute Mill (AdityaTranslink Pvt. Ltd.) Chatterjee International Building, Suit- A1, 6th Floor,33A J L Nehru Road, Kolkata -700071
E mail-sumant.poddar@gmail.com
033 2226 0881/0883/6283/6953   Mr.Sumant Poddar, Director-9830083626
16 Cheviot Company Limited 24 Park Street Kolkata-700 016
Email:mbajaj@chevjute.com
03332919624/25/28, 03332926038 03322172488 Mr. U Kanoria, President -9873656362
Mr Monoj Bajaj, GM- 9903862793
17 Naihati Jute Mills Co Ltd 7 Hare Street, 4th Floor Kolkata 700001
Email: naihati@naihatijute.com
22489904 / 18 /73/74 22484062 Mr. K KSanthalia-VP – 9831037979
Pankaj Mandal-GM Mobile 9433042820
18 Tripura Jute Mills Ltd. A Govt. of Tripura Undertaking Hapania, PO- ONGC, Agartala, Tripura PIN- 700 014 03812230496/97 03812230163 Mr. K B Choudhury -MD, Mobile -08575740877
Mr R P Dutta -09862933614
19 Budge budge Comp. Ltd 16 A Braborn Road, 9th floor, Kolkata – 700 001 Email :
bbcl@gayatrigroup.co
033 40108000 033 40108080 Shri Monish Podder, MD-9339331616
Mr. O P Sharma -9831631614
20 Premchand Jute & Industries Pvt. Ltd. 16 A Brabourne Rd, 7th Floor, Kolkata – 700001
Email: swati@premchandjute.com
033 30203600   Mr. G L Chirania Director-9830349596
Ms. Swati Chirania 9930451237

7.(ii) LIST OF MANUFACTURERS OF OPEN WEAVE JUTE GEOTEXTILE

No. Name Address Phone Fax Contact person
1 Ambica Multifibres 6, Little Russell St., Kolkata -700071.
E-mail: bally@kankaria group.com
033 22251050
033 2237-85
033 22250221 Mr. A.K. Kankaria, Director, Mr. Rampuria -9831000459
2 Birla Corporation Ltd. 9/1 R.N. Mukherjee Rd, 3rd & 4th Floor Kolkata -700 001.
E mail- grverma@ birlacorp.com
aditya@birlacorp.com
033 2248 9101 9339734696 9831134467 033 2248-7988/ 2872/ 09831134467 Mr G R Verma – President – 9339734696, 70221244715
Mr. T Baid-9903630199
3 Anglo India Jute Mills Co. Ltd., 16 A Braborn Road, 9th floor, Kolkata – 700 001
Email : bbcl@ gayatrigroup.co
033 40108000 033 40108080 Shri Monish Podder MD-9339331616 Mr. O P Sharma – 9831631614
4 Naffar Chandra Jute Mills 2, Coopers Lane, Kolkata-700 001
Email : cil@ho. amiray.co.in
033 22251050
0332237-85
033 22250221 Shri Nirmal Pujara Director- 9831016405
5 Gloster Jute Mills Ltd. 21, Strand Road, Calcutta – 700 001.
E-mail: projects@glosterjute.com,
info@glosterjute.com,
marketing@gloster
jute.com
033 2230-9601/ 9602/ 9603/ 9604/ 9606 033 2231-6831/ 09830020786 Mr. D.C. Baheti, Executive Director 9830020786, Mr B L Atal – 9674175751
I J Sharma-
9674175752
6 Hooghly Mills Co. Ltd. Unit:Hukumchand, Bowreah, Fort William & Hooghly 24/1/1 Alipur Road, 3rd Floor, Kolkata – 700027
E mail: pankaj.agarwal@hooghlygroup.com,
amira_samir@rediffmail.com
033 24500500, 033 24500510, 033 24480047 / 0058 033 2242-4306/ 6614 CSM- Mr. Pankaj Agarwal- 9830012351, CEO –Mr S.Chanda- 9830037285
7 Hasting Jute Mill 15B, Hemanta Bose Sarani,
Kolkata -700 001
kajaria@jute-india.com
033 2210-4821 033 2248-410 Mr. S. Kajaria, Managing Director. 9830365699 Mr B Saha-9830365699 P Agarwal-9830970230
8 Howrah Mills Co. Ltd. Howrah House, 135 Foreshore Rd.(Upper), Howrah – 711 102 033 2660-1446/2302/ 2748 033 2660-1747/5258 / Mr. Sanjay Mall, Director 9831151071 /9831151065
9 Ludlow Jute Mills Kankaria Estate, 6 Little  Russelle St., 4th floor, Kolkata – 700 071. 033 2283-9081/9082, 9083 9830450221 033 2283 9078/4503/09830450221 Executive Director -9830450221
Anand Saraff-9831225162
10 Premchand Jute &Industries Pvt. Ltd. 16 A Brabourne Rd, 7th Floor, Kolkata – 700001 swati@premchandjute.com 033 30203600   Mr. G L Chirania Director-9830349596
Ms. Swati Chirania 9930451237
11 Reliance Jute Ltd. 11/1 Sarat Bose Road Ideal Plaza South Block 4th floor Kolkata – 700020 E-mail : mktgho@reliancejute.com 033 2280 7017-19 033 2280 7016/09331031884 Mrs. S Hada Director-9830089360
Mr.Mukesh-9830053094
12 Sree Ram Cotspin ( Pvt) Ltd.) & M/s Eskay International Diamond Chambers 4 Chowrangee lane, Block –IV, Flat No 10B Kolkata 700 016
Email : sreeramcotspin @yahoo.co.in/
sourgupt@gmail.com
8820415004 /9831741061 Factory –Munshirhat, Amta, Howrah Mr. S K Agarwal Director / Mr. Sarabh Gupta 8820415004 /9674248078
13 Kamarhatty Co. Ltd. 16A, Brabourn Road Kolkata – 700 001
Mill : Graham Road, Kamarhatty Kolkata – 700 058
jute@kamarhatty.com,
anup@kamarhatty.com
2235/3444/45/46 4021-1900 2553-1716/1106/4021/1999 Mr. S. K. Agarwal, MD 9830055193,

7.(iii) LIST OF MANUFACTURERS OF NON WOVEN JUTE GEOTEXTILE

No. Name Address Phone Fax Contact person
1 Gloster Jute Mills Ltd. 21, Strand Road, Calcutta – 700 001.
E-mail: info@glosterjute.com
91-33-2230-9601, 9602, 9603, 9604, 9606 91-33-2231 -6831 Mr. D.C. Baheti, Executive Director 9830020786 Mr. B.L. Atal 9674175751
2 Birla Corporation Ltd. 9/1 R.N. Mukherjee Rd, 3rd & 4th Floor
E-mail : grverma@birlacorp.com,
aditya@birlacorp.com
91-33-2248 9101 91-33-2248-7988/ 2872 Mr. G R Verma – Executive VP Mobile -9339734696
3 Baranagar Jute Mills 21A, Shakespeare Sarani, 3rd Floor, Kolkata -700 017.
Email: sbagro@cal2.vsnl.net.in
91-33-2281-6318, 2287 7512, 2290 8985 91-33-2290-6831 Mr. G. Sarda, Director
4 Auckland International Ltd 6 A Littie Russel St. 7th floor Kolkata -700071
Email : jkk@kankinaragroup.com
91332287 2607 OP Sarma, Mill Manager-9748781490, 9038825737 B D Sengupta (Felt)9831134943 91 33 22873159 Mr. H.S. Baid Director (Marketing) 9831000453
5 Ghosh & Ghosh Agro Products Pvt. Ltd. 13 A Pandityia Place Kolkata 700 029
E Mail:gngagro@gmail.com
9674798553   Mr. Tapan Kr. Ghosh, Director 9434226599
6 Ludlow Jute Mills Kankaria Estate, 6 Little Russelle St., 4th floor, Kolkata – 700 071.
E Mail: anand.saraff@ludlowjute.com
ajay.todi@ludlowjute.com
033 2283-9081/9082/ 9083 033 2283 9078/4503 Mr. Ajoy Todi, M.D. – 9830450221 Mr. Anand Saraff 9831225162
7 Kalpco & Co 20, Umesh Dutta lane Near Minerva Theatre Kolkata -700006
E Mail :
kalpco@yahoo.com
9831095337 91 33 25305391 Mr. Mohan khettry Proprietor 9831095337
8 Sree Ram Cotspin (Pvt) Ltd.) & M/s Eskay International Diamond Chambers 4 Chowrangee lane, Block -IV, Flat No 10B Kolkata 700016
Email : sreeramcotspin
@yahoo.co.in /
sourgupt@gmail.com
8820415004 /9831741061 Factory -Munshirhat, Amta, Howrah Mr. S K Agarwal Director / Mr. Sarabh Gupta 8820415004 /9674248078

Royal Exchange, 3rd Floor, 6, Netaji Subhash Road, Kolkata - 700 001.