Story of Sonam Clocks, India’s second-largest clock company

Jayesh Shah’s Sonam Clocks started as a small shop in Mumbai. Today, it manufactures up to 15,000 wall clocks, sees 50,000 clock movements a day.

17th May 2020
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India’s second-largest clock company

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Jayesh Shah’s Sonam Clocks started as a small shop in Mumbai. Today, it manufactures up to 15,000 wall clocks, and is seeing 50,000 clock movements a day.



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