Sus Garment Artisans Association was established in July 2019 with the support from Govt. Of India. Sus Garment Artisans Association is an ambitious and a pioneering SFURTI project by Govt. of India, MSME which offers a global platform with an entire range of garment manufacturing and supply units. A chain of services under one roof.. We are located near Sus village at Pune, Maharashtra.
The main objective of the SFURTI scheme is to organize the traditional industries and artisans into clusters to make them competitive, provide support for their long term sustainability, to provide sustained employment for traditional industry artisans & rural entrepreneurs, to enhance marketability of products etc. The scheme provides support in the form of two interventions viz. Hard Interventions and Soft Interventions. Hard Interventions include creation of Common Facility Centers (CFCs), Raw material banks (RMBs), Up-gradation of production infrastructure, Tools and technological up-gradation etc. Soft Interventions include counselling, trust building, skill development and capacity building etc. We are wholesale clothing suppliers and clothing manufacturers in Pune.
We at Sus Garment work at this objective passionately to provide a boost up to traditional industry.
Vision & Mission
It is our vision to be a trustworthy company by meeting the quality, cost, and delivery expectations of our customers through continuous innovations. The faith of the client is our driving force and we strictly adhere to it.
Our mission is to enhance the quality standards of our products through continuous innovations and use of modern technology. We also want to satisfy our customers by providing them quality goods at the best possible price. Meeting the delivery dates of our customers every time is of utmost importance for us.
garment manufacturing factory in pune
Our Sus cotton garment cluster happens to be in the middle of the both regions as North Maharashtra is 300 km of Pune in the North while Kolhapur is 250km in the South from the cluster. This is shown in the image 2 above. The parts of cotton producing Vidarbha region are as far as 500km while the mills in Surat, Gujarat would be 300km. Some of the cotton mills in Ahmedabad, Gujarat are as far as 600-700km away from the proposed CFC. The biggest advantage of the artisan cluster is its proximity to huge Pune-Mumbai garments markets and it may of the one of the biggest market in India.