Arvind Textile Mills

1872 Words Mar 5th, 2013 8 Pages
History has been witness to the Arvind Group 's commitment to excellence, innovation, perseverance and undying attention to customer and societal needs. As an organization, Arvind has successfully integrated diverse businesses, services and products, unified by a common vision - of enriching lifestyles.
Founded in 1931, Arvind lost no time in establishing its position as one of India 's leading super-fine fabric manufacturers for the domestic market. And yet, Arvind has always felt the pulse of the market; welcoming change and reinventing itself for the challenges of a dynamic society and marketplace.
This policy of change has fetched us well deserved results. Arvind 's adoption of new-age fabrics has seen the Company emerge as the
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Shirtings
Arvind Shirting fabric has many aces up it 's sleeve. It is one of the most well-known products of Arvind Group, selling at a premium in the international market. It has an astonishing annual capacity of 34 million meters. Prominent products within this category include fabrics with non-iron properties, mechanical finishes, printed fabrics apart from the cotton and cotton blends in Linen, Lycra, Polyester, Modal, Silk etc. with varieties in yarn dyeds and solids.

Khaki
The many virtues of Arvind Khaki merit your undivided attention: An annual capacity of 21 million meters which facilitates the launch of two new collections annually; and the distinction of being the only khakis division in South East Asia to do so. The division provides the finest fabrics in the variants of 100% Cotton, Cotton Rich Polyester Blend, Cotton Lycra, Cotton Tencel, Cotton Linen, etc to name a few. The division has an integrated plant with weaving and processing facilities. The most prominent products in this range include Chinos, Canvas, Ribstop, HBT, Tussore, Cavalry, Structures and Dobbies. It 's easy to see why the most discerning customers flock here: The exalted list includes GAP, J Crew, Polo Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Liz Clairborne,(US), Marks and Spencer, Pull & Bear, Benetton, Grotto Gas, Diesel, Debenhams, (UK), Madura Garments, and Color Plus
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