Maharashtra based fabric processing unit and garment manufacturer Yuti Textile Processors is on expansion mode. The company known for organic and dress material fabric and garments is putting in place its knits process house named Malltex Prints with the capacity of 5 to 8 tonnes per day, which will be fully operational very soon. Yuti Textile has invested Rs. 7 crore on the processing unit with all imported and high quality machines. Currently, the company is having the capacity of 250,000 metres woven fabric per day.
Speaking to Apparel Online, Arvind Pawar, CEO of the company said, “At present we are exporting only organic natural dyed woven fabric mainly to European countries. While participating in BioFach, Germany recently we got many enquiries about knits and we did a survey in India and found that there is huge gap in knit supply. So we decided to start a knit process house. We are planning that even in the new process house we will produce mostly organic fabric. Its 60 per cent production will be exported and the rest will be supplied to Indian undergarments manufacturers.”
Apart from new process house, the company is also planning to start garment exports and it will start with its organic garment brand Tvach.“Sampling of Tees for a buyer in France is going on and we are sure to get orders,” says Arvind. Meanwhile, the company will also launch its kids wear brand Gubligee in India in October.
Started in 1999, Yuti is GOTS certified and deals also in herbal dyed fabrics. Currently, most of its stitching job is outsourced from its own certified vendors. With a turnover of Rs. 25 crores, the company is expecting 100 per cent growth after the expansion.