One man?s trash is another man?s treasure - Hritesh Lohiya's scrap recycling Business is a Huge Success
Hritesh Lohiya dialed a number of wrong numbers before he landed up with Priti International. The enterprise that aims to reduce the load on the environment by recycling the waste that can be used for redecorating the house.
Textile chemical factory, stone-cutting factory, washing powder factory and stock market service to name a few are some of the failed enterprises that Hritesh tried!
After losing all the money, with no means to do more, Hritesh Lohiya, just had the means to sell old wastes by remodeling them. One man?s trash is another man?s treasure. He started converting old gunny bags, drums of chemicals, various bits of plastic, waste tins, drums, old military jeeps, tractor parts, waste machine parts and lamps from old scooter- and bike-lights into antique furniture and home decor items.
Indian scrap finds its way remodeled and sold in China, the USA, European nations, and Australia making Priti International India?s biggest exporter of waste handicraft products, and the only one in India to export to China. Discovery Channel featured Hriteshs? venture on their segment titled, ?The Liquidators.? Priti International today is a self-funded enterprise that makes a turnover of more than $8million cumulatively with operations across 36 countries through 3 factories, employing hundreds of people.
This business has higher profit margins, never-ending supply of raw materials, great demand in youth and immense scope for creativity! What started as the lowest possible means of income became a sure-shot profit-making business idea!