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Mafatlal debuts eco-friendly designer school uniforms
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Mar '14
Mafatlal Industries Limited (MIL), a flagship company of Arvind Mafatlal Group has launched Designer Collection of School Uniforms for the coming season. MIL is the first company to introduce eco-friendly fibre dyed suiting in the school uniform range.
 
Fibre dyed suiting have the advantage of uniformity in shades, high colour depth and retention and offer over 60 shades. Mafatlal Industries Limited (MIL) is the largest supplier of school uniform fabrics in India.
 
Mafatlal has brought about a revolutionary change in this sector by developing 600 colour combo co-ordinated booklets for shirt, trouser and skirt fabric combination for retailers, school uniform makers & converters, which will give them a wide range of designs to choose from. This makes it convenient and easy to decide on the right combination.
 
Mafatlal Industries Ltd. is now launching a fabulous 300 colour pages of a ‘Designer Collection of School Uniforms Catalogue’ the first of its kind in this segment. The range consist of high quality of school Uniform Fabrics in polyester cotton blend, polyester viscose blend, polyester wool blend in more than 3000 designs in shirtings and over 100 shades in suitings. 
 
The Designer Collection of Uniforms will enable the school going youth of India to be smartly attired   and will revolutionize the School Uniform Fabric Industry by offering a very wide variety of uniform combinations.   
 
About Mafatlal Industries Limited (MIL)
The Arvind Mafatlal Group is a pioneer for quality textiles in India since 1905. Mafatlal Industries Limited has composite textile mills with the latest technologies and machinery located at Navsari & Nadiad in Gujarat. This interwoven with tradition, innovation and creative designs enables MIL to deliver world class fabrics. 

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