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India has an edge in fibre-dyed yarn: Banswara Syntex
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Jun '15
Ravi Toshniwal
Ravi Toshniwal
India has an advantage over other countries in fibre-dyed yarn and it can increase exports of this type of yarn, feels a top official of Rajasthan-based Banswara Syntex Ltd.

Globally people are acknowledging India's potential in manufacturing fibre-dyed yarn. "India has an edge in this type of yarn. The demand for this type of yarn from India is becoming stronger," Ravi Toshniwal, MD of Banswara Syntex told Fibre2Fashion.com.

According to him, "Fibre-dyed yarn is particular in its usage and characteristics. Its advantages include colour continuity and the true melange nature of colours that can be made."

Manufacturing of fibre-dyed yarn is a very peculiar and cumbersome process, as it requires more lead time to make compared to a regular non-dyed, standard ecru yarn. It is because fibres need to be dyed before spinning in this process.

Speaking about Banswara Syntex, Toshniwal said the company is a specialist in manufacturing blended PV lycra-based fibre-dyed yarns, for which there is demand in foreign markets.

On export performance, Toshinwal said Banswara Syntex's exports amounted to Rs 476 crore in 2014-15. "We anticipate about 30-35 per cent growth during the current financial year 2015-16," he said.

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