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Weaving Knowledge, Next-Generation Technology, Superior Design, Flexible Production  & Global Reach

Since the beginning, we have been investing in technology-driven production of fabric weaving, including the sizing and warping of yarns.


Weaving Knowledge, Next-Generation Technology, Superior Design, Flexible Production  & Global Reach

Since the beginning, we have been investing in technology-driven production of fabric weaving, including the sizing and warping of yarns.


We are committed to being the catalyst for innovation in the textile industry with our next-generation technology and superior design capability. Our robust production, professional team, and globally connected supply chain are integral to our creative and flexible solution delivery.

Our mill is home to well-equipped types of machinery that balance operational efficiency, profitability, and sustainable credentials to deliver a seamless service that keeps you one step ahead. We are driven to provide innovative textile solutions as a global pioneer in our industry.

Our Skills

We provide a comprehensive woven product range with extensive weaving design and pattern options. We are an accomplished fabric weaving company that offers high performance with high quality and delivers fast and efficient service with on-time delivery optimized for your specific applications.


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Cotton & Cotton Blends

Cotton fiber is the purest source of cellulose and the most significant natural fiber. Cotton fibers are natural hollow fibers that give cotton unique properties of strength, durability, softness, breathability, and absorbency. It has a natural affinity for water, attracting moisture away from the body. They are strong, dye absorbent, and can stand up against abrasion wear and high temperatures.

Hemp & Hemp Blends

Hemp fiber is made using fibers from the stalks of the Cannabis sativa plant. Hemp fabric is not susceptible to shrinkage and is highly resistant to pilling. Since fibers from this plant are long and sturdy, hemp fabric is very soft but also highly durable. It is also lightweight and highly breathable.

Polyester Blends

Polyester is a synthetic fabric that’s usually derived from petroleum. Polyester blended with cotton improves the shrinkage, durability, and wrinkling profile.

Polyamide Blends

Polyamide fiber is a synthetic fiber produced from melts or solutions of polyamides. They are characterized by high tensile strength and excellent resistance to wear and impact. They are stable to the action of many chemical reagents and biochemical agents and have an affinity to many dyes.

Linen & Linen Blends

Linen is made from fibers derived from the stems of the flax plant. Linen can absorb up to 20% of its weight in moisture and draws heat away from the body, keeping you cooler in the warmer months and giving warmth during the cold months of the year. It is the second strongest fabric after silk.

Bamboo & Bamboo Blends

Bamboo fiber is a regenerated cellulosic fiber produced from bamboo. Because the fiber’s cross-section is filled with various micro-gaps and micro-holes, it has better moisture absorption and breathability, together with anti-bacterial and UV-protective properties.

Viscose & Viscose Blends

Viscose is a semi-synthetic type of rayon fabric made from wood pulp that is used as a silk substitute, as it has a similar drape and smooth feel to the luxury material. Viscose provides lightweight material with a nice drape, a lustrous finish, and a soft feel.

Elastane Blends

It is a synthetic fiber characterized by its ability to revert to its original shape after being stretched. Elastane has a tremendous stretching ability and comes back to shape when released. The fibers are strong and versatile, typically lighter than rubber, making them superior.

Modal & Modal Blends

Modal is a wood pulp-based cellulosic fiber made from pure wooden chips from the beech tree. It is a variant of viscose that has a higher wet modulus and satisfies a minimum value of tenacity in the wet stage at 5% elongation. It is breathable and silky smooth to the touch, with impressive resistance to shrinkage and color fading.

LYCRA® T400® Blends

T400® fiber is a melt-spun elastic fiber from LYCRA®, based on multi-component technology that delivers comfort, wrinkle resistance, and easy care of contemporary fabrics. LYCRA® T400® technology is a great choice for stretch apparel with excellent recovery and fabric stability.


MicroModal® by Karsu is a specialized modal rayon prized for its incredible softness and resistance to shrinkage through finer character.
MicroModal® fabrics absorb humidity and transfer it to the outside faster than cotton fabrics. Hence, these fabrics dry quickly, and their humidity-transferring characteristics are excellent.

LENZING™ Modal Micro Fibers

TENCEL™ Modal fibers with Micro technology from LENZING™ are derived from the natural raw material wood, harvested from certified and controlled sources in Europe. They are extra fine and light cellulosic fibers delivering softness and lightness while offering efficient moisture absorption to ensure natural skin comfort.

Acetate Fiber Blends ( Eastman Naia™)

Acetate fiber is a semi-synthetic polymer, also known as cellulose acetate. It is a type of rayon, a regenerated cellulosic fiber made from wood pulp, but it has greater wet strength and is more sensitive to high temperatures. Acetate fibers are fast-drying, wrinkle-resistant, and soft.

Lyocell & Lyocell Blends ( TENCEL™ / Ecocell Lyocell / Birla Excel)

Lyocell is a regenerated cellulose fiber, a type of rayon fabric made from dissolving cellulose or wood pulp sourced from sustainable plantations and forests using an innovative spinning process.

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Recycled Cotton

can be generally defined as converting cotton fabric into cotton fiber that can be reused in textile products. Recycled cotton is generated from pre-consumer waste or post-consumer waste.


Recycled Polyester + REPREVE®

is made from recycled plastic bottles. The production of recycled polyester requires far fewer resources than new fibers and generates fewer CO2 emissions.



technology involves upcycling cotton scraps from garment production, which are transformed into cotton pulp. Up to one-third of this is added to wood pulp, and the combined raw material is transformed to produce new virgin TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers.



has a much lower environmental impact than generic viscose, as confirmed by the Higg MSI, leaving air and water cleaner. LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fibers are certified with the EU Ecolabel.


Livaeco by Birla Cellulose

is sourced from certified sustainable forests and is pro-planet, traceable, helps save water, increases forest cover, and reduces CO2 emissions.


BCI Cotton

is made in collaboration with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), a not-for-profit organization stewarding the global Better Cotton standards and bringing together cotton’s complex supply chain, from the farmers to the retailers.


GOTS Certified Organic Cotton

guarantees that the product is organic from the harvesting process to the labeling of the raw materials used in clothing.


OCS Certified Organic Cotton

verifies the presence and amount of organic material in a final product and tracks the flow of the raw material from its source to the final product.


Eastman Naia™ Cellulosic Fiber

is sourced from sustainably managed pine and eucalyptus forests. It has a low-impact manufacturing process with safe chemicals and low tree-to-fiber carbon and water footprint. It is biodegradable and compostable.



Key Equipment

Industry 4.0 Technology

An Intelligently Integrated System to Deliver Excellence

We utilize Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to manage and analyze all aspects of our supply chain management, production, and business processes for real-time agility and growth.
Equipped with industry-leading technologies, our quality control department performs current-state assessments and future-state planning with a contemporary and solution-oriented approach.
Our company is adaptable to the ever-changing textile industry landscape. We help drive innovation and continuous improvement through a faster flow of information and the most effective tools.
Our main aim is to reduce waste and minimize consumption while delivering a seamless service and satisfaction both for our employees and customers.

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