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Woodland India eyes Japan, South Korea

Footwear and apparel firm Woodland India plans to enter the Japanese and South Korean markets in the next 12 months.

Owned by the Aero Group, the company is also expanding at home with plans to add 120 exclusive outlets across India by the end of next year.

Woodland India MD Harkirat Singh says the company also plans to grow its presence in multi-brand outlets.
He says the company clocked revenue of Rs 1200 crore (US$279.9 million) in the last fiscal year and is seeking growth of 15 to 20 per cent going forward.

Woodland, which makes most of its products in house, is also looking to add to its employee strength.
Currently, the company has 600 exclusive outlets apart from presence in 5000 multi-brand stores in India.

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