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Vardhman launches new range for mélange and slub yarns
Nov '16
Courtesy: Vardhman
Courtesy: Vardhman
Vardhman Group, a leading Indian textile conglomerate, has launched Rangoli Vol. 7—new shades to its vast collection of mélange yarns—and Expressions—new patterns in slub yarn collection. The launch has further strengthened Vardhman's legacy of product innovation and commitment. The launch event was attended by all the leading customers of Vardhman.

Vardhman introduced its popular melange yarn range Rangoli in the year 1995 with a humble collection of 64 shades. These yarns have the widest content including 100 per cent Indian and imported cotton, cellulosic, sustainable cotton, blends with polyester, modal, viscose, wool, linen, special fibre blends, compact spun, and special effect mélange like Jaspe, Slubs, Neps, Flaky, Snow etc. Backed by its strong in-house R&D and product development cell, Vardhman Rangoli today has over 1,300 shades and is known for its in-trend and precise matching of shades.

Vardhman also launched an equally impressive range of fancy patterns in its latest slub yarn collection, Expressions. These yarns are made using the latest and most advanced technologies and are ideal for high fashion. They are available in a wide count range, a variety of slub structures and number of substrates.

Vardhman is one of the largest vertically integrated textile groups in India with 22 manufacturing units spread across 6 states. The group's business portfolio includes yarn, greige and processed fabric, sewing thread, acrylic fibre, garments and alloy steel. With relentless focus on customer centricity and innovation, the group is today in an enviable position in the textile industry. (RKS)

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