A world without boundaries is a promise of global marketplace. At Mafatlal, our range of fabric is universal in appeal.
We aim to inspire a diverse mix of collections for global customers. We have international fabric designers from various parts of the world
to give us eclectic mix in the product range. We are providing one stop solution to global fabric needs.
As a vertical denim mill having in-house yarn manufacturing,
Denim is a type of cotton textile known for its use in blue jeans and
other clothing. It uses a sturdy twill weave with a characteristic diagonal ribbing.
- We are strong in faster product developments.
- Design, innovation and sustainability have been our core Competency and have played a key role in our success.
Carving a niche, the denim unit has varieties of specialty
denims, which include
A popular conception of the etymology of the word denim is that it is a contraction or derivative
of the French term, serge de Nîmes.
- ring and open-end products,
- stretch and non-stretch fabrics,
- mercerized, specialty coated fabrics,
- deep indigo denim,
- varieties of specialty sulphur top and bottom
- dyed denim fabrics,
Denim was traditionally colored blue with indigo dye to make blue jeans, though jean then denoted a different, lighter cotton textile; the
contemporary use of jean comes from the French word for Genoa, Italy (Gênes), from which the first denim trousers were made.
- selvedge denim,
- prints and denim shirting.
We have recently added Lafer peaching machine and Gaston foam coating to make value added fabrics.
The denim fabric weighs from 4 oz to 15 oz, making it suitable for men's, women's and kids wear.
Based on customer requirements we are making these fabrics in BCI and organic cotton.
Originally used for workmen's clothes, denim is now ubiquitous and has even entered the world of high fashion. Nearly
everyone has at least one garment made of this fabric in the closet these days.