Yarn Twisting

Capacity

1500 Metric Tons per year

Equipment

  • 12 Twisting machines with PLC control to make Fancy yarns
  • Jumbo doubler for twisting heavy Linen counts

Yarn Dyeing

Capacity

2000 Metric Tons per year

Equipment

  • 4 Space Dyeing machines for “Printed” effect on yarn
  • 2 Solid Dyeing machines
  • Steam Recycling system to reduce energy consumption of the boiler
  • Access to an Effluent Treatment Plant with online monitoring

Weaving

Capacity

3.6 Million Meters per year

Equipment

  • 64 shuttle-less Italian Rapier looms including Dobby, Wide Width (330 cm) and Jacquard types from Itema-Somet group that can handle counts ranging from 0.5 Nm to 90 Nm.
  • 3 Warping machines from Prashant Gamatex
  • 3 Handlooms for sampling Pitlooms
  • All the finished fabrics are checked as per the 4.0 AQL system
  • The latest Captive Roof Top Solar Installation sources 16% of the energy used by the unit, the legal maximum as per the state regulations

Printing

Capacity

800,000 Pieces per year

Equipment

  • 17 screening tables, that include 150cm wide-width tables
  • creen Engraving machines
  • Best-in-class dyed and auxiliaries
  • Large warehouse space, especially to stock all base fabrics and allow for lower lead times
  • All Processes including pre-washing, printing and final washing are done by hand and dried using natural ventilation. This allows for near zero energy consumption and an extremely low carbon foot print

Garmenting

Certifications

  • Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI)
  • Social compliance and quality standards of Inditex & PVH

Equipment

  • 100 sewing machines
  • 14 computer embroidery machines
  • 10 chain stitch embroidery machines

Handloom Weaving

Given that we have spent nearly half a century selling Handloom Fabrics, we feel a strong responsibility towards preserving the fading art of handcraft weavers and block printers that is quickly being replaced by technological advancements. We have maintained our historical ties with local artisans by setting up our own offices in major handloom weaving centers including Bangalore, Banaras, Bhagalpur and Champa. Through these offices:

  • We ensure that all the artisans, including handloom weavers and block printers, are paid fair wages.
  • We empower and educate these artisans to help them find new niches and make their product more competitive in the international market.
  • We closely monitor the quality of the product as well as the working conditions of the producers.

We also make sure to include this aim in our design philosophy. We leverage this network, along with the latest technology that we have mentioned above to create our unique product collections. Read more about this in our story