GUNTUR: Promising to revive the brand image of Andhra Pradesh Handloom Weavers Cooperative Society (APCO), newly appointed chairman Chillapalli Venkata Naga Mohan Rao who took charge on Friday said that they would take the firms turnover to Rs 1,000 crore very shortly.
Mohan Rao said that they would devise new marketing strategies to further popularise stocks produced by weavers of. Mohan Rao assumed charge as chairman here on Friday. Speaking to the media, the APCO chairman said that chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was very particular about changing the fortunes of APCO to help the handloom weavers in the state.
Mohan Rao said different departments have cleared nearly Rs 103 crore in old dues to APCO after CM’s intervention. “There is great demand for handloom products across the globe. We will set our focus on capturing big share in the market through innovative marketing strategies,” he said.