As mentioned in the previous edition of the News Letter, the early part of the month of July was spent on seeking clarifications relating to procedures
COTTON WOVEN FABRICS
Famous for its rich heritage of weaving by master weavers on handlooms from time immemorial, India has today transformed into a high-tech global manufacturing hub for exquisite fabrics.
Vertically integrated ultra-modern plants, numerous Hi-tech Weaving Parks and a vast network of stand along weavers spread across India together provide a wide range or value-added products and flexible sourcing solutions.
Having installed a variety of world-class, high-speed airjet to sophisticated rapier and computerized jacquard looms, Indian exporters can handle flexible volume and design options in the most intricate woven designs and texture.
Piece dyed, yarn dyed, printed, dobbies, jacquard embroidered – India produces woven fabrics in an array of high performance finishes including mercerized, water-repellant, stain-resistant, fragrant, flame-retardant, and anti-bacterial to name just a few.
India’s strengths in the areas of organic, healthy textiles and eco-friendly fabrics are now recognized globally. India’s fabric range is vast and diverse from fashion fabrics like voiles, prints and embroideries to a variety of shirting, heavy bottom weight and denim fabrics, wide width range for home textiles, industrial fabrics and high performance special fabrics, India has them all!
India is uniquely positioned as a provider of end-to-end sourcing solutions for finished garments, Madeups and other consumer products in cotton textiles. With an uncompromising commitment to design and innovation, India today enjoys the trust of the world’s leading retailers, premium brands and designers seeking to differentiate their new collections in highly competitive global markets.
India’s strength in knitting has grown consistently earning the country global recognition in this sector. Several vertically integrated knitting companies in India are engaged in end-to-end production from yarn to finished knitwear and offer competitive world-class solutions in circular knitting, warp knitting, flat knitting and jacquard.
Over 5,000 knitting units, concentrated in and around Coimbatore, particularly in Tirupur in Southern India and Ludhiana in the North, produce a wide range of knitwear collections. Value added knitwear with embellishments like embroidery and sequin work is another unique Indian strength.
From basic single jersey to double jersey, piequeknit, autostripes, jacquards and more, the range of Indian knitted fabrics is unlimited. Consistency in process control, new generation technology, effective environmental and social compliances and efficient quality management have led to India acquiring an international reputation for high-end knitted products.