Raymond launched a premium casual wear brand, bringing customers a range of semi-formal and casual clothes - 'Parx'.
Raymond changed its name from 'Raymond Woollen Mills Ltd.' to 'Raymond Limited'.
Raymond inaugurated Lala Kailashpat Singhania High School for the children of the Raymond employees as well as the local populace.
Gautam Hari Singhania was appointed as the Whole-time Director on the Board of Raymond Ltd.
Chindwara worsted woollen, polyester and plush fabrics plants commissioned in 1990. It began commercial production in 1990-91
Raymond marked the launch of 'Park Avenue'- the premium lifestyle brand providing complete wardrobe solutions to men.
Dr.Vijaypat Singhania became Chairman and Managing Director of Raymond Group after Mr Gopalbabu's death.
Raymond started expanding production capacity in Mauritius. 300 local Mauritians were hired to work for Raymond.
Mr Gopalbabu introduced the concept of "From sheep's back to man's back" - a backward integration approach to textile manufacture.
Raymond Limited became the first organization in the country to successfully introduce 'Embryo Transfer Technology'.
Mr.A S Kapoor became the Executive Director of JK Chemicals in 1964
Raymond set up an FMCG arm called JK Helene Curtis Ltd. and entered the market with the Tiara range of hair care products.
Mrs Sulochanadevi Singhania laid the foundation stone for the Raymond Woollen Mills in Kenya.
Mr Gopalkrishna Singhania and Mr Delruelle from Sepulchre Freres & Co S.A., Brussels signed the agreement to set up the Sodium Suphoxylate Formaldehyde Plant.
JK Chemicals was the first to build a plant to produce Hydrosulphite of Soda using the Sodium Amalgam process.
Raymond received their 1st export order from Fiji, after which began their expansion to other parts of the world.
Lala Juggilal & Lala Kamlapat started JK Cotton Spinning & Weaving Mills Co. Ltd to produce high-quality cotton cloth and yarn.