Indo Thai Synthetics Company Limited was the first overseas venture of the Group, operating in Thailand since 1970. Its present capacity stands at 65,712 spindles and 6,560 open end rotors, producing a total of 27,000 MT of yarn per annum.
As Thailand’s leading synthetic yarn manufacturer and exporter, it commands 50 per cent share of the total synthetic spun yarn exported from Thailand, and the company’s turnover is over US$ 100 million. The company’s state-of-the-art technology has enabled it to meet the growing market for superior quality yarns in 100 per cent rayon, rayon blends and spun polyester serving quality-conscious customers worldwide. The company forayed into the production of dyed yarn in 2010.
The company’s technology suppliers include world-renowned textile machinery suppliers like Trutzschler and Schlafhorst from Germany, Toyoda and Murata from Japan, and Rieter from Switzerland. Its products find end usage for apparel, furnishing and upholstery fabrics, functional fabrics like sportswear, industrial textiles, canvas, fishing nets, tyre cords, mattress ticking, gum tape, Chenille yarns and backing cloth.
Indo Thai is committed to meeting international quality standards at competitive prices with quick deliveries and a strong service commitment to the client. Over 75 per cent of its quality products reach customers across 25 countries including the US, Brazil, Turkey, Greece, Belgium, Israel, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Korea, Bangladesh and Taiwan. Its final knit apparels are supplied to top labels such as Banana Republic, H&M, JC Penny, Sears, M&S, Lindex, Kapphal and Wal-Mart.
Indo Thai Synthetic’s achievements have been recognised with several awards such as Best Labour Relations award by Thai Prime Minister from 2002-2005, 2009 and 2010; Best Employer in Thailand award from Hewitt Associates: 2003; Oeko–Tex 100 certification for its environment friendly products; ISO: 9001 (QMS) and ISO 14001 (EMS) certifications by SGS (Thailand) Limited and Usterized certification for its products by Uster Technologies, Switzerland.
For further information, go to www.indo-thai.com
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