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Damodar presents mélange of fancy yarns at heimtextil
10
Oct '08
The multifaceted Damodar group, which owns Damodar Threads Ltd., is participating in “heimtextil India”, the international trade fair for home textiles and accessories at Mumbai, beginning from today and continuing till 12th October 2008 at stall number E-6.

Damodar group, a Mumbai based textile group is a multifaceted company with interests in a multitude of high end fancy yarns.

The group boasts of having a completely integrated and advanced production line for manufacturing of fancy & specialty yarns.

Found in 1984 the company has since then, grown to become one of the largest and one of the best fancy yarn manufacturing companies in India.

Their range includes a linen look and a separate silk look yarn; both with fancy effects which has been manufactured from 100 percent cotton.

This yarn is especially recommended in manufacture of upholstery and home furnishings. Both these yarns can be woven as well as knitted.

They have also introduced a special yarn, which has the potential to replace chenille yarn and is supposed to be manufactured for the first time in India.

Apart from these, they have brought to the market a glow yarn which has the properties to glow and a fancy yarn which can be used in manufacture of denim fabrics.

All these and many other fancy yarns like taspa, loop, chenille and roving are available for viewing at stall number E-6 at 'heimtextil India' fair.


Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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