Jute Bag Making, Small Business: Article: Page 224
Jute Bag Making, Small Business:
Jute is a naturally found, biodegradable fiber product. In starting
jute bag making business you should select the location.
Jute fabrics are strong, durable, light. These are UV protective,
anti-static, carbon dioxide neutral and naturally decomposition is
possible. Jute fabrics are excellent raw materials for jute bags.
Jute sacking bags are used for packing cement, sands, agro products,
sugar, for transporting bulk food items like onion, potatoes etc.
Jute bags used as primary bag, carrying books, folders, lunch etc.
Skills For Jute Bag Making: Training and marketing support
from NCJD and JMDC. Such as “Basic Training Programme”, “Advance
Training Programme”, “Advance Training cum Design Dissemination
Programme”, “Technical demonstration” and “Buyer-Seller Meet”.
Providing marketing support to sell their products through
different Trade Exhibitions as well as in the foreign markets.
Legal Compliance: If you are a sole proprietor then register
as One person Company. Otherwise, you can register the business as LLP.
Pvt. Ltd. or Ltd. Company. Obtain Trade License and Vat Registration.
You may register as SSI Unit. You can apply for ISO Certification.
If you want to export, then you will need to apply for IEC Code.
Jute Bag Making Raw Material: Both laminated and non
laminated jute fabrics are the main raw materials. Other raw
materials are printing gum, dye stuff, chemicals and auxiliaries,
PVC buckle and bamboo sticks, sewing thread, runner, hook, chain,
lining cloth, eyelet, and handle packing materials, label etc.
Jute Bag Making Machine & Process: Install industrial
sewing machine. According to stitching pattern and production
output, select right machinery Different quality of side sealing
machine, lockstitch machines, woven sack bag cutting machines
you might find effective for jute bag making unit.
Create the proper designs and patterns: As per drawing,
design and size cut the jute fabric to make bags. After
cutting, place the clothes on the table and print them.
Stitch the cut pieces with the sewing machine. Fix the other
consumables, such as lining, buckles, runner, chains and handles
of clothes, bamboo, and canes. After completion of total works,
pack the bags and dispatch to market for sale.