Mafatlal Industries Limited (MIL) showcased the 2015 summer collection of premium fabrics that comprised â€˜Exotic Whitesâ€™ premium shirtings in 100% Cotton, intimate blends, Polyester Cotton Modal and Lycra in fine counts from 60s to superfine counts of 2/140s with an exclusive Silkina and Duro finish at Shangri-Laâ€™s-Eros Hotel, New Delhi on January 5, 2015.
An exclusive range of fabrics with innovative â€˜Weaves & Patternsâ€™ in fine & superfine counts, in dobbies, slubs, neps, monos, structured, chambrays and cationic dyed fabrics were also being displayed.
The collection offered a wide range of versatile products for Mens Formal and Casual Shirts, Kurtas, Corporate Uniforms and bottom weights. For women the range had fabrics for nightwear, Kurtis and childrens wear, school uniforms and a host of other products.
Mafatlal Industries Limited is a pioneer for quality textiles in India since 1905 has vertically integrated composite state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities with the latest technology, machinery and infrastructure at its units located at Nadiad & Navsari in Gujarat. This interwoven with tradition, innovation and creative design, enable them to deliver world class fabrics.
Moreover, with an extensive dealer network comprising of 450 dealers and 35,000 retail points of sale, their products are available throughout India and also supplied to the most discerning customers and brands in the domestic and overseas markets.
The Company's product portfolio consists of yarn dyed Shirtings, Suitings, Voiles, Prints, Linens, Bleached White Fabrics, Rubia, value added and fashion Denims, School Uniform fabrics, Corporate/ Institutional Uniforms, Bed & Bath Linen and Ready-mades. The sales volume of Mafatlal Industries is over 85 million meters per annum.
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