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Usha Yarns unveils 100% recycled yarns for circularity

23
Nov '20
Pic: Usha Yarns
Pic: Usha Yarns
Usha Yarns, the largest producer of recycled knitting yarns in India, has entered into a strategic tie up with the Netherlands-based The Movement's Aware technology and digital platform to verify 100 per cent recycled contents across the supply chain. The company aims to utilise 100 per cent waste inputs and spin the finest quality yarns for garment use.

Started in the mid-90's, Usha Yarns has grown by following its commitment to recycling and a strong belief in the conservation of natural resources and a passion for sustainability. Today, the company produces more than 12000 MT of recycled yarns annually, which are used and trusted by many sustainable brands.

The India-based company is dedicated to progressing further and touching new milestones, in adding value and quality to recycled yarns, by achieving colour and blends consistency in over 100+ colours with chemical compliance for restricted substances in their recycled yarns.

The 'Aware' yarns now have tracer fingerprints to track digitally throughout the supply chain. With the help of new traceability features in yarn, brands can offer complete transparency to their customers.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RKS)


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