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LNJ's new denim fabric will repel oil, dust & water
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Jun '10
Catapulting India further onto the global landscape of Denim, LNJ Denim, a part of Rs 3600 cr LNJ Bhilwara Group's flagship textiles company RSWM Ltd, on Friday unveiled its new range of denim products, many of which have attributes introduced for the first time ever anywhere in the world.

The 65-shade poly cotton spectrum, exclusive work wear range with flame-retardant and anti-bacterial attributes, and eco range denims which are made of recycled and worn jeans are some of the unique introductions that are set to take the global brands by storm. LNJ Denim supplies Denim fashion fabrics to some of the best brands in the world across Europe and USA and they include Diesel, GAP, Levi's, Polo, Tomy Hilfiger, Wranglers, and Walmart.

With an investments of over Rs 200 cr in acquisition of latest equipment from Europe, USA and Japan, and establishment of Development Intelligence Group (DIG) for world class R & D, LNJ Denim is adding value and creative intelligence in order to come up with high-end fabric and giving new meaning to denim business, much to the delight of global brands which have their eyes firmly set on innovations all the time.

“It is our constant endeavor to create the best possible value for our customers and shareholders and this is yet another testimony to our commitments. LNJ Denim is set to create new quality benchmark through this latest range. Going ahead we shall continue to invest heavily in our R&D efforts as well as new technologies to remain top-of-the mind recall of global brands. Our present production capacity of 14 million meters per annum has an inbuilt capacity to expand upto 28 million meters,” said Ravi Jhunjhunwala, chairman of LNJ Bhilwara Group.

LNJ Denim is alert to address the changing needs of the market which is ever-changing. “We strive to keep pace with these changes and orient ourselves to meet the aspirations of our valued customers all over the world. The setting up of DIG was also a firm step in that direction and we are happy it's yielding results,” said A K Churiwal, Managing Director, RSWM Ltd.

The domain of new products includes Poly Cotton Spectrum, Autumn-winter, Spring-summer, Core Products, Shirting and technical textiles for work wear. There are further diversifications in these categories.

In a unique development, LNJ Denim has developed 65 colours in Denim. “This is a new range of poly spectrum in both rigid and stretch. This is a very unique product where we have two fabrics with a blend of 45% cotton – 55% poly as well as 55% cotton – 45% poly. The latter is termed CVC or chief Value Cotton and falls in the premium range. To make it skin friendly, the warp is in polyster while the weft is in cotton, which makes it highly soothing to the body,” elaborated YC Gupta, CEO & Business Head, LNJ Denim.

The 65 shades includes carbon blue, mix red purple, berry blue, auburn blue, slate blue, charcoal blue, onyx blue, green cast, baby blue, indigo blue, ice grey, military grey, saxon grey, gothic purple, red indigo, charcoal, night sky etc and is in keeping with the global demands in women wear and children wear.


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