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J Korin Spinning to exhibit at Istanbul Yarn Fair
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Jan '15
J Korin Spinning, the flagship company of J Korin Group, is going to exhibit its products at the 12th International Istanbul Yarn Fair, to be held from 5-8 February, 2015, in Turkish capital city of Istanbul.
 
J Korin Spinning will display its products at Hall no. 5, Booth 503/E, at the four-day event to be held in Tuyap Exhibition Centre in Istanbul, Turkey.
 
The Surat, India-based company started commercial production at its modern high-tech plant in 2008, with technical collaboration of Korea. For providing quality products, the company appointed an experienced Korean technical team.
 
J Korin operates fully on Korean machinery with Murata Winder, and also has put online quality monitoring system in place.
 
At present, the company has manufacturing capacity of 5,400 tonnes mother yarn. It also has 600 splitters to split mother yarn and produce best quality mono filament yarn. Further, the company has 200 texturising machines that provide very high quality texturised mono filament yarn.
 
J Korin currently exports its products to Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, Spain, Brazil, Iran, Pakistan and other countries.
 

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