The Fabric of a Global Society
In a world without boundaries, Arvind fabrics are equally universal in their appeal. Arvind aims to enrich lifestyles globally, inspiring diverse customers with the beauty of their fabric.
There are many delightful features of Arvind denim: An annual capacity of 110 million meters; the position of 3rd largest producer of denim in the world; and an export network of 70 countries worldwide. Prominent products in this category include ring denim, indigo voiles, organic denim, bi-stretch denim and fair trade certified denim. This is apart from regular light, medium and heavy weight denims. They come in various shades of indigo, sulphur, yarn-dyeds, in 100% cotton and various blends.
With a discerning clientele that includes GAP, VF Corporation, Levi Strauss, Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein to name a few, Arvind has to stay fashionably ahead. Their designers based out of Japan, Europe and USA create trend setting collections for the season, ensuring that heads keep turning for the Arvind name. Good from the outside and from within is the hallmark of a good product. Denim from Arvind offers reliability, quality and value-addition through services like shrink-film wrapping, bar-coded labeling of rolls, providing washed and unwashed shade blankets with every order, besides faster documentation. The facilities of Arvind Denim are accredited with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OEKOTEX 100, GOTS, Organic exchange standard, FLO for fair trade and Lycra Assured. The labs are accredited by Dupont, Levi Strauss.
Further, there’s excellent infrastructure, state-of-art technology and a dedicated customer counselling team that continuously resolve quality issues and provide desired wash results. Arvind also has in place an effluent treatment facility, which recycles waste water and converts denim waste to denim paper, in keeping with their eco friendly production process.
As one of the largest denim producers in the world, Arvind caters to quality markets of Europe, US, West Asia, the Far East and the Asia Pacific.
Arvind Shirting fabric has many aces up it’s sleeve. It is one of the most well-known products of Arvind Group, selling at a premium in the international market. It has an astonishing annual capacity of 34 million meters. Prominent products within this category include fabrics with non-iron properties, mechanical finishes, printed fabrics apart from the cotton and cotton blends in Linen, Lycra, Polyester, Modal, Silk etc. with varieties in yarn dyeds and solids.
Further, Arvind has a unique plant for manufacturing very light weight indigo dyed fabrics in yarn dyed and solids for top weights. Arvind Shirting has a liquid ammonia based fabric processing plant and a state-of-the-art print house – a first for India and one of the few in Asia. The clientele for the product include names like Polo, Ralph Lauren, ESPRIT, GAP, FCUK, Zara, Pull & Bear, Louis Philippe, Van Heusen, Allen Solly, Color Plus, Parx and Park Avenue.
Backed by the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment, every stage of the production process, right from spinning of the yarn to final processing and testing of the fabric, ensures that stringent quality standards are met and products remain eco-friendly.
The plant is equipped for spinning company, lycra and super fine yarn up to 170’s count. This is in addition to an existing state-of-the- art yarn dyeing facility, automatic drawing in unit and an automated fabric inspection and packing facility. And if that wasn’t enough, the division has the largest sampling plant in India for speedy churning out of desk looms and yardages for customers. Plus, there’s additional support from an in-house design studio and a team of designers, who in turn get continuous inputs on latest international trends from designers based in Italy and the UK.
Attention please. The many virtues of Arvind Khaki merit your undivided attention: An annual capacity of 21 million meters which facilitates the launch of two new collections annually; and the distinction of being the only khakis division in South East Asia to do so.
The division provides the finest fabrics in the variants of 100% Cotton, Cotton Rich Polyester Blend, Cotton Lycra, Cotton Tencel, Cotton Linen, etc to name a few. The division has an integrated plant with weaving and processing facilities. The most prominent products in this range include Chinos, Canvas, Ribstop, HBT, Tussore, Cavalry, Structures and Dobbies. It’s easy to see why the most discerning customers flock here: The exalted list includes GAP, J Crew, Polo Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Liz Clairborne,(US), Marks and Spencer, Pull & Bear, Benetton, Grotto Gas, Diesel, Debenhams, (UK), Madura Garments, and Color Plus (India).
To satisfy such quality conscious customers, the khaki division has a testing and Quality Control Laboratory, and a Product Development Cell, which not only undertakes value-engineering of the existing products but is also involved in creating new weaves, blends and dyeing and processing techniques. The plants are certified by OEKO TEX, Lycra, Teflon. Laboratory accredited by Marks and Spencers, Next, Dupont, Levi’s, INVISTA.
Arvind’s knits department has an annual knitting capacity of 10,000 tons. Apart from the basic knitting capabilities (jersey, pique, rib, and interlock), Arvind has mastered specialty knitting techniques such as yarn-dyed autostripers, jacquards, and stretch fabric. The knits vertical has a fabric dyeing capacity of 6500 tons per annum and yarn dyeing capacity of 3500 tons per annum. It has the ability to process both tubular and open-width fabric and offer specialty finishes like mercerization, singing and various forms of brushing and peaching. The department also boasts of a state-of- the art print shop equipped with fully automatic placement printing capabilities.
Arvind is the uncontested market-leader in the manufacture of voiles, with a production capacity of 33 million meters per annum. Arvind’s voiles are primarily used as blouse material and are sold in the domestic market through an impressive network of 150 dealers, reaching over 5000 retail outlets throughout India. High quality Swiss voiles are exported to Switzerland, Sri Lanka and countries in the Middle East.