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Paramount sets up 10 new Thies dyeing machines
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Jul '10
Paramount Spinning Mills (Yarn Dyeing unit), which is a part of Pakistan's Gulistan Group, has set up 10 Thies dyeing machines, to meet with their growth targets, across wide range of goods produced by the group and for its exports business in dyed yarns.

Gulistan is one of the biggest vertically integrated textile groups in Pakistan, with eight industrial divisions for weaving, spinning, towels, yarn dyeing, garments, home textiles, household goods and power generation.

With the entire installed system being controlled by a central computers, the firm has set up 8 vertical-type eco-bloc yarn dyers with one each of 100 and 200 kg capacity and two each of 300, 500 and 600 kg capacity.

For the purpose of lab testing and other small runs, there is a 20 kg capacity vertical machine and a 4x6 unit eco-bloc Quattro with four individual vertical dyeing kiers. This entire set up completes with two rapid pressure yarn dryers of 300 and 500 kg capacity.

Paramount Yarn Dyeing Plant's General Manager, Raees Ahmed said that, currently, the plant has a capacity of 4,000 tons per annum and also has the capability to carry out processing on cotton, polyester, viscose, nylon, rayon, acrylic yarns and their blends.

More so, this gives the group a wide range in producing goods within the group, as also be able to compete with dyed yarn in the export markets of USA, South America, Europe and Central Asia wherein they are utilised in knits, socks, woven, towels and other goods, averred Ahmed.

Ahmed continued by saying that, for nations like Pakistan, which have a strong infrastructure for textiles, the post-quota era would provide umpteen numbers of challenges to the textile sector globally, thereby, providing tremendous growth potential.

Therefore, Pakistan should be in a position to meet the demands, which will also make sure that it leads other countries having quality production. All this will then help raise Pakistan's share in the global textile market, concluded Ahmed.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India

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