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Mafatlal Industries unveils vintage denim fabric line
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May '14
Mafatlal Industries Ltd., a flagship company of Arvind Mafatlal Group has launched its “Spring Summer ‘15 Denim Collection”. The “Spring Summer ’15 Denim Collection” features authentic construction and representation of “vintage” and “fresh” looks.
 
The denim fabric range consists of Stretch, Super Stretch, Bi-Stretch and Rigid fabrics. It has a weight range from 7.5 oz. to 12 oz, and a wide palette of indigo shades, classic to novel with innovative finishes, representing future trends.
 
MIL is basically a producer of value added and fashion denims for the mid and upper segments across India and worldwide. MIL monitors global fashion trend and consumer preferences, developing denim fabrics on these trends.
 
Mafatlal Denim has been present on the Indian denim firmament for over 15 years and has over 250 different varieties of specialty denims, which include mercerized and stretch denims, coated fabrics and organic denims. The denim product range comprises of ring denims, stretch denims and super stretch denims specially for women as well as coated denims in a variety of colors. MIL offers 30 color shades in denim. The denim fabric weights range from 7 oz. to 15 oz., making them suitable for men’s, women’s and children’s wear collections.
 
Mafatlal denim has an extensive international and domestic marker distribution network catering to global brands like Jack & Jones, Wrangler, Lee, and C&A and leading domestic brands like Killer, Mufti, Spykar and Allen Solly.
 
Mr. Rajiv Dayal, Managing Director- MIL has said that the denim manufacturing unit is situated at Navsari in Gujarat. MIL has recently increased its production capacity from 20 million meters to 25 million meters and it plans to increase the production capacity to 30 million meters by 2015.
 
Mr. Rajiv Dayal further stated that overall Indian production of denim fabrics is approx 800 Million Meters per Annum. Out of this, India’s export stands at around 200 MMA and the balance 600 MMA is consumed by the domestic market. Indian denim fabrics market is growing at a rate of about 8 to 12% compounded per annum.
 
Mafatlal Denim Limited has merged with Mafatlal Industries Limited last year.
 

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