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Sutlej Textiles strengthening home textile business

Sutlej Textiles launched its home textiles specially upholstery, curtains and made-ups, since 2015 at its Damanganga home textiles unit at Daheli in Gujarat. The company recently completed expansion project at Damanganga to increase capacity to 9.60 million meters per year. Following capacity expansion, Sutlej projects higher volumes, revenues and surplus. The company also exports around 25 per cent of its home textile production

Sutlej transformed itself from specialised yarn manufacture to home textiles. Leveraging its in-depth understanding of the textile industry, the company ventured into the home textiles segment as per the needs of a growing market of premium home textiles including upholstery, curtains and made-ups.

The division has a world-class design facility comprising cutting-edge manufacturing equipment and state-of-the-art German design software. The facilities also has a full-fledged testing laboratory with latest equipments for testing yarns and fabrics. It also possesses a world-class design facility and outsources cutting-edge international designs.

The plant is also equipped with state-of-the-art equipment to produce made-ups. This segment represents a value-added extension of the company’s product mix.

Sutlej Textiles recently acquired the Design, Sales and Distribution (DS&D) business along with brands of American Skills Mills (ASM) LLC operating from Pennsylvania. ASM offers strategic fit on its strength of original designs based on American sensibilities, in-depth understanding of customer markets and a unique product portfolio including dobby, jacquards, velvets and suede using a variety of fibbers such as rayon, linen, cotton, polyester, silk and acrylic. The company is well known for its ability to deliver customised solutions across diverse designs, blends, colours and finishes from a single integrated unit.

 
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