K.G. Denim expands home textiles capabilities
Home & Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, July 25, 2007
Coimbatore, India – High-end denim fabric and apparel manufacturer K.G. Denim Ltd. has invested in state-of-the-art, environmently friendly technology at its new wet processing plant here for its home textiles business.
K.G. Denim makes bed linens, duvet covers, pillow shams, blankets, terry towels, bath robes, table linens and napkins.
Company spokesperson Ram Srinivasan said K.G. Denim’s newest offerings will include denim 400 thread count sheet sets; MLX-based wrinkle-free bedding developed to withstand the higher number of washes required by the hospitality industry; and micro-strand terry towels made of combed ELS cotton, TFO-twisted using environmental friendly processes, for extended durability, softness, and loft.
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