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Nida Textile Mills

Nida Textile Mills (T) Limited was established in 2002 as a company with an integrated manufacturing process that includes the processing of cotton at source to yarn at its sister concern Namera Group of Companies and finished textiles and made up at its own production plant.

Nida Textile Mills is a state of the art textile mill engaged in dyeing, printing and finishing of African Khanga, Kitenge, Batik, Bed linen and plain fabrics.

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Nida Vision, Mission and Values

Vision: To be the premier textile company in delivering trendsetting fabrics and made-ups.
Mission: To deliver value to our associates and clients through continuous innovation, product improvement and investment in human capital & technology.
Values: Fairness, Innovation, Integrity, Quality and Social Equity.

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Nida Textile Mills

Nida Textile Mills (Ginnery) was established in 2002 and is located at Kahama in Tanzania. The company purchases raw seed cotton from farmers and gins it into fine cotton which is then packed in bales. The cotton lint produced is one of the finest in Tanzania. The company is further engaged in oil extraction from cotton seeds, production of cotton soap and cotton seed cakes.

This mill supplies the fine ginned cotton to its associate, Namera Group of Industries in Dar es Salaam for the further production of grey fabric.

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Namera Group of Industries (T) Limited, a textile mill, was established in 2000 and is located at in a sprawling complex in Gongo la Mboto in the city of Dar-es-Salaam. This is a sister concern to Nida Textile Mills and employs over 1,000 people. It has an installed capacity of producing 300 metric tonnes of average yarn count and 2.2 Million Metres of running fabric per month. The mill engages in all processes from yarn preparation to grey fabric weaving. Its production processes include blowing, carding, drawing, spinning and weaving into grey fabric.