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Godavari Delta Women Lace

Rustumbad Taluk, Narsapur, Andhra Pradesh
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  • Easy to use
  • High Efficiency
  • Tear resistant

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Item Code DSC02851

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About the Company

Year of Establishment1978
Legal Status of FirmLimited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)
Nature of BusinessManufacturer
Number of Employees26 to 50 People
Annual TurnoverRs. 50 Lakh - 1 Crore
IndiaMART Member SinceOct 2007
Godavari Delta Women Lace was established in the year 1978. We are leading Manufacturer and Exporter and Supplier. Godavari delta women lace artisans co. Op society situated in a small town called narsapur which is on the west bank of river godavari in west godavari dt. The riverends here and mingles in the sea the bay of bengal. Narsapur is famous for lace making which is noted around the globe for more than 100 years.
Most of the rural and semi urban women who belong to the poor communities are making out their livelihood by this profession. To, say, this lace making was first introduced by a lady namely mrs. Macro of soctland. Unfortunately as the time proceeds the lace artisans were exploited by the middle men, who are interested in money making and not in the lace making. The artisans were paid low wages and there amassed large amounts by exporting them to overseas. Even then there was no certainty that the women artisan would have work round the year. Employing at then women the way dependent on the orders they get from their buyers. These women artisans were deprived at this work whenever the middle men exporters were not getting the orders as there main interest was to among wealth. The middlemen had a monopoly in the entire lace business and exploited the poor artisans. The wages paid on the middlemen were meager and not at all sufficient for their family maintenance
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