The Kannur apparel unit has the splendid tradition of handloom making and textile export.
Approximately 100,000 police uniform shirts have been annually supplied to the Israel Police force for the past three years.
The uniform shirts of the Israel Police force are stitched at a clothing unit in Southern Indian state Kerala’s Kannur district.
The specific apparel unit in Kannur has the splendid tradition of handloom making and textile export.
Hundreds of tailors at the apparel unit operating at the industrial park in Valiyavelicham, are working to get the uniforms ready for the Israel police force.
They not only stitch the shirts but also design and attach the trademark emblems on sleeves.
Nearly one lakh shirts have been annually supplied to the Israel Police for the past three years.
The Israel Police was established in 1948. The Israel Police are a professional force, with some 35,000 persons on the payroll. There are also 70,000 Civil Guard volunteers who contribute time to assist officers in their own communities.