Each cotton bale brought to our plant is controlled one by one, and subjected to an Uster HVI scanning. Based on the results, they are classified and moved on the machinery stage.
Then, the process moves on under the supervision of quality control at each stage until the final stage of yarn production, and the production is kept on if a positive output is received from the quality control that desired Uster standards are achieved.
The orders placed by our customers are subjected to a thorough preparation process with great care, and relevant data is entered into the machinery.
All yarn bobbins produced is checked twenty four hours a day, seven days a week by quality control personnel and made ready for shipment.