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India: RSWM Group to enter into the knitting segment

RSWM Limited, founded in 1960 as a small textile mill in Bhilwara, plans to expand by venturing into the knitting sector. The company has a turnover of around USD1.5 billion and a monthly production capacity of 10,000 tonnes of yarn per month with woven fabrics from denim for suiting and shirting. With 5,05,000 spindles and 202 looms, the group produces various blends of yarns including cotton, synthetic, corespun, zero-twist, hollow-core, greige, dyed and fancy, melange and eco-friendly, and green yarns.

With 10 state of the art manufacturing plants, 10,000 (MT/ annum) Cotton fibre dyeing capacity and 4,000 (MT/annum) Yarn dyeing capacity, the group offers a very wide range of yarns, fabrics and denims. It offers fabrics dyed with advanced techniques that use less water and chemicals.

The company also offers a premiere collection of shirting and suiting fabrics that range from high street fashion to industrial wear through its brand Mayur. Formerly known as Mayur Suitings, the brand offers classic fabrics in a wide range of fibre blends at an affordable price. These quality fabrics are available for export as well as fine domestic tailoring. Some of the fashion brands, including Kenneth Cole, Marks & Spencer, Perry Ellis, Ann Taylor and H&M are clients for the same.

 

 
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