Fancy Yarns

Abtex International Ltd. is dealing with wide range of fancy yarns. Our range includes a wide range of yarns made from unusual structures, fiber compositions, slub patterns, synthetic fibers as well as various metallic fibers. We are offering Various Fancy yarns in blend of cotton and polyester. Our company is dealing in fancy yarns for more than 3 years and

By | January 12th, 2016|Categories: News|0 Comments

Weaving Industry

The cotton weaving industry of Pakistan also offers various kinds of fabrics which include the famous grey fabric as well. Cotton grey fabric is an important intermediate product that is used to make many different types of textiles. There are more than one thousand ways in which grey cotton can be made, it all relies on the yarn weight, the

By | September 22nd, 2015|Categories: News|0 Comments

Melange Yarn

A cotton mélange yarn is made by spinning different number of cotton fibers in various colors. Depending on the blends used, there could be several different shades of mélange yarn like one hundred percent cotton, cotton/poly, cotton/viscose etc. One can produce hundreds of shades by mixing various percentages of cotton in different ratios. Mélange yarn is mostly used for the

By | September 10th, 2015|Categories: News|0 Comments

Yarn Expo Shanghai – 2015

Visit us @ Yarn Expo Shanghai - Autumn 2015 - 13th -15th Oct 2015 @ 4.1 - F01, Hall 4.1, National Exhibition and Convention Center, Shanghai, China

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Preview in Seoul 2015

Visit us @ A30 Preview in Seoul 2015 from 2nd Sept - 4th Sept 2015 at COEX Hall A, Seoul, Korea

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Cotton Yarn

Pakistan ranks fifth in world when it comes to top cotton producing nations. It is third largest exporter of raw cotton and the one of the largest exporter of Cotton Yarn. It is estimated that about 30-40% of the cotton produced ends up in domestic consumption as final product and the remaining 60-70% is exported as a cotton yarn It

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