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Sarla joins global elite league of Nylon 66 yarn producers
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Jul '13
Sarla Performance Fibers, a 100% EOU engaged in the manufacturing of high value added nylon and polyester yarn and threads and enjoying strong customer relationships with renowned brands across the Americas, Europe and Asia, has begun manufacture of Nylon 66 high tenacity yarn.

Nylon 66 high tenacity and lower shrinkage yarn product is a niche and specialized offering. High end users include parachutes, car air bags, specialized sewing applications in automotive, shoes, leather, Industrial filters, hoses etc.

Commenting on the successful completion and inauguration, Mr. Krishna Jhunjhunwala, Managing Director of Sarla Performance Fibers said, “We are delighted to announce that after a significant amount of time, effort and investment, Sarla has now begun the manufacture of Nylon 66 joining the elite league of few companies having similar offerings. This high tenacity and lower shrinkage product has strong demand for premium applications the world over.”

Sarla Performance Fibers Limited (formerly known as Sarla Polyester Limited) is a 100% EOU engaged in the manufacturing and export of polyester and nylon textured, twisted and dyed yarns, covered yarns, high tenacity yarns and sewing thread.

Beginning as a manufacturer of commodity yarns, the company has successfully shifted its focus and established itself as a manufacturer of specialized and higher value added yarns. Our strength lies in customizing the product as per each individual customer’s requirements and specifications. Visit Our Products for a range of our offerings.

Over the years SPFL has expanded its activities with the expansion and upgradation of existing facilities in India, as well as through creation of new facilities overseas with the primary objective of establishing closeness to customers to provide quick and efficient services to them.

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