Jute is being cultivated in India for centuries. the landmark in
the history of jute industry in India dates back to 1854 when the
first jute mill as set up by George Auckland at Rishra in Hoogly
district of West Bengal. Jute is predominantly a crop of eastern
India. The major jute growing states are West Bengal, Assam, Bihar,
Orissa, Tripura, and Uttar Pradesh.
Currently the production of the fibre in India is around 100 lakh
bales and about 73 jute mills are operating in the country at
present. Besides, there are several small scale industries in the
decentralized sector producing handicrafts, decoratives, twines,
pulp & paper from jute and allied fibers and particle board from
- The largest producer of raw jute in the world.
- The biggest manufacturer of jute goods in the world.
- The capacity to manufacture the widest range of products,
tailored to customers' requirements.
- Comprehensive and world class research and development
facilities in the area of jute agriculture , product development
and machinery design.
- Highly quality conscious employing most modern facilities
for TQC .
- Export history of raw jute and jute manufactures dates back
to over 100 years.
- Highly developed infrastructure like ports, shipping
- A vibrant jute industry oriented to provide maximum customer
- Indian Jute Industry has the capacity to produce and meet
the International demand for food grade Jute bags and cloth.
- Food grade Jute Bags and cloth manufactured in India - are a
boon in the context of global environmental and ecological
concern. Indian food grade jute bags have a twin edged
advantage: preservation of food in the most natural way.