Different Yarns Used in the Textile Industry

The Indian crafts of cotton have an old tradition and the nation has long been well renowned especially for the intricacy and fineness of its silk weaving. Definitely, there is surely something that sets Indian weavers apart from the rest of the world’s craftsmen.

Silk is the oldest textile fibres and Chinese tradition says it was used as long ago as the 27th century before Christ. The silkworm moth – very closely belonging to the order of ‘Lepidoptera’ and the well domesticated silkworm that completes the family of ‘Bombycidea’- were actually a native of China and for more than 3000 years, the gathering, weaving and spinning of silk was a very secret process well known only to Chinese.

The fibre ‘silk’ is the most valuable one for use in the fine fabrics and is produced as a cocoon covering by the silkworm – which actually is not a worm but a caterpillar – for its complete transformation into the silkworm moth. It is not the only fibre that is produced by insect but it is only the cocoons of the mulberry silk moth ‘Bombyx mori’ and a few other very close akin that are utilized for silk weaving as the caterpillar produces the superb quality of silk.

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In India, Maral Overseas is one of the leading companies producing core spun lycra yarn for its domestic and global buyers. The company follows stringent quality standards in all its processes at each and every step. The company makes all the efforts to keep itself updated and upgraded for combating all the contemporary challenges in the textiles industry. Maral Overseas is a renowned name not only in India, but also it has earned a formidable reputation in the international markets also.

The garment division at Maral implements SQC through regular panel inspection and mobile inspectors in line, by setting certain standards for each and every operations taking place on all machines and also through 100% inspection of all garments before final finishing and packaging.


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