Jute Bag Manufacturers in India

Jute is cultivating in India from very old time. In British India, jute was used for different purpose. The British Government, knowing the usefulness of jute, exported a large amount of raw jute to their country. In India, jute is mainly grown in East and West Bengal. The state of soil of these two places is suitable for growing jute. In British India, jute was mainly grown in the both banks of the Hooghly River. For the sake of good business, in the year 1855, Mr. George Acland established the first ever jute factory in India in a city near Kolkata.

Its rich wealth attracts people outside the country from ancient time.

It is a very fertile country. Different types of crops grow here. The paddy fields are capable to grow crops round the year.





    He bought the spinning machinery from a Scottish village Dundee.

    After some years a factory was set up in Kolkata with all Indian machineries. Gradually many factories built up on the both banks of the river and Kolkata and its nearby area became the biggest jute producing unit in India.

    There was huge demand of the jute products in the market that time.

    The factories were running at a successful rate. Then India earned its long desired independence. Gradually our country started to adopt the modern technologies.With modern technologies entered modern products. The market of jute was gradually taken over by plastic. People found that plastic products were light weighted and easy to use. It could be thrown away after use; there was no need to store it. So people were easily attracted by plastic products. The result was the failure of the jute industry. The factories were locked out and the production got stopped.

    India is a rich Country

    Its rich wealth attracts people outside the country from ancient time. It is a very fertile country. Different types of crops grow here. The paddy fields are capable to grow crops round the year.Jute is cultivating in India from very old time. In British India, jute was used for different purpose. The British Government, knowing the usefulness of jute, exported a large amount of raw jute to their country. In India, jute is mainly grown in East and West Bengal. The state of soil of these two places is suitable for growing jute. In British India, jute was mainly grown in the both banks of the Hooghly River. For the sake of good business, in the year 1855, Mr. George Acland established the first ever jute factory in India in a city near Kolkata.