It will also bring innovation in the new year with storage ultraviolet (UV) water filters that would not require a continuous water supply.
Kutchina has embarked on a pan-India expansion plan to position itself as one of the top kitchen solution brands in the country, and planned to invest Rs 40 crore to augment manufacturing capability to overcome COVID-induced challenges, a company official said.
A new integrated production facility is coming up in North 24 Parganas district in West Bengal with the latest imported plant machinery, he said. Apart from chimneys, hobs, and modular kitchens, the company also sells small kitchen appliances such mixer grinder, electric kettle, hand blender, and OTG and RO water filters.
The kitchen appliances maker, which had introduced the first auto-clean chimneys in the country, will also bring innovation in the new year with storage ultraviolet (UV) water filters that would not require a continuous water supply. Currently, UV water filters require a constant piped water supply.
The company achieved growth in 2021, amid the COVID-induced disruptions and hopes to end the current fiscal with Rs 300 crore revenue. Bajoria also stated that the company is expanding the footprint of Kutchina Galleries from 75 to 100 by April with the majority of them being set up in new locations.
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