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Kiran Gems Buys CVD Detection Machine

Dec 29, 2013 5:34 AM   By Kiran Gems
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Press Release: Mumbai-based Kiran Gems received its first CVD detection machine. The company bought the machine to reinforce its customers’ trust of its products, freeing them from any doubts that they might have about their products.

Mavji Patel, the managing director of Kiran Gems, stated, “Our customers’ trust of our forward value chain partners is very sensitive and of prime importance to us. We would do everything to keep that trust. The plan is to implement 100 percent checking of stones coming and leaving our premises. This would happen in a short course of time as more detection machines are delivered to our premises.”

Kiran Gems is the first to get and install the machinery in its premises in Bharat Diamond Bourse (BDB). The company has always been a forefront of technological utilization. Sarin Technologies  acknowledged Kiran for being the first to have the largest number of Sarin machines across its manufacturing set up. Kiran occupies a position of being a technology leader in the whole diamond industry and has always believed in using technology to extract the best results for itself and the industry.

The company has 142 specialized production units, which processes over 5.7 million carats of rough to produce over 1.6 million carats of polished diamonds, in Surat and Ahmedabad. A workforce of over 32,000 trained individuals makes the group the largest employment creator in the Indian diamond industry.

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