Dyed Fabrics

Dyed Fabrics

Dyed Fabrics, a textile manufacturer in Pakistan, is one of the leading exporters of Pakistani, Egyptian, Supima & Organic cotton fabrics with an annual weaving capacity of 7+ million yards on air-jet looms. Cotton & poly-cotton (CVC) fabrics in greige/grey/gray, dyed, finished & value-added forms are woven & exported for home furnishing, upholstery, drapery, curtain lining, quilting & apparel (shirting & bottom-wear).

External links

* Official site: [http://www.dyedfabrics.com/ Dyed Fabrics]
* Sister company: [http://www.barkattextile.com/ Barkat Textiles]
* All Pakistan Textile Mills Association: [http://www.aptma.org.pk/ APTMA]
* Lahore Chambers of Commerce & Industry: [http://lcci.com.pk/ LCCI]

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