PACY is the sole independent yarn dyeing plant in Sri Lanka to have bagged the certifications, according to Sri Lankan media. Sri Lanka’s leading producer of polyester and nylon yarn has been certified after clearing tests in Hohenstein Textile Testing Institute, Germany.
The standard is based on an increasingly stringent list of criteria relative to the intensity and frequency of skin contact with the product. "These quality certifications stand as a testament to our company’s dedication to achieving production and product excellence. Our latest certification has helped to further confirm PACY’s position as a technically advanced and internationally competitive supplier to all leading manufacturers and exporters of fabric, garments, gloves and label manufacturers in Sri Lanka," said PACY factory manager, MN Sheriff.
PACY uses Verivide and Macbeth colour system with advanced colour viewing technology for standard colours and shades. PACY's factories in Sapugaskanda and Ekala have state-of-the-art laboratory facilities that has an archive of over 30,000 Dye to Match colours for yarn. (RR)
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