Segment: Manufacturing, Exporting
Expertise: Yarn, Menswear, Women Wear, Scarves, Linen, Fabrics
Phone: +91-22-4033 9800
Vrijesh Corporation, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Manufacturers & Exporters of Yarns, Fabrics and Made-Ups
Vrijesh Corporation’s reputation for quality and design has placed the Company as a leader among the manufacturers, which ensures confidence within the most demanding markets. The Company has design capabilities that are dedicated to meet customer’s needs by researching the market for innovative ideas.
Vrijesh Corporation has implemented a quality Management System based on the ISO 9001:2000 standard, thus increasing the Company’s commitment to quality and encouraging continual improvement of all processes.
In 1970, Mr. C .L. Agarwal established Vrijesh Corporation mainly for trading in silk fibres and yarns. His prudence and endurance has evolved the Company as a govt. recognized export house and vertically integrated in silk & linen. By 2005, with a force of about 720 people as its soul, the group’s turnover has reached US$ 15 million of which 85% comes from exports.
Vrijesh Corporation, Andheri West, Mumbai: Fabrics
The Company manufactures 100% silk, 100% linen and their blends with cotton, wool, polyester, viscose etc, all mainly for exports. The Company sells these fabrics through its agents in New York, Paris and South Africa. To keep itself abreast of the latest fashion trends as well as to get inputs from its clients, the Company participates in prestigious textile shows such as Texworld, Paris (For Apparel).
The Company is well known for its creative edge in contriving newer fabrics right from the fibre stage. Some of our customers are Polo Ralph Lauren, Induyco (Spain), P. Kaufmann (USA) & Liz Claiborne.
Vrijesh Corporation, Andheri West, Mumbai: Home Furnishing
Utilizing its own intrinsically strong fabric source, the Company is manufacturing home furnishing articles such as cushions, throws, bed linen, table linen and drapery panels. The Company regularly participates at the Heimtex show in Frankfurt & Mumbai. Our customer line includes Laura Ashley, John Lewis, Ethan Allen, West Elm, Habitat, and American Pacific.
Vrijesh Corporation, Andheri West, Mumbai: Accessories
The Company has a scarves division which weaves sophisticated evening wraps using its own resources of linen, silk & woolen fabrics. It has exclusive lines of hand embroidered Jamavaar Shawls / Stoles. The clientele included Marks and Spencers, Debenhams, El Cortes Ingles.
Linen Fiesta (for Indian markets)
The brand Linen Fiesta includes a wide range of fabrics sold by the meter in the domestic markets. It has a network of dealers in various parts of the country. Its range has received a very encouraging response from over the counter fabric retailers. Besides this the brand has a good demand from the RMG sector for the Indian Brands.
Vrijesh Corporation, Andheri West, Mumbai: Manufacturing Facilities
The Company has a 720 spindle fibre dyed fancy yarn spinning unit at Vapi for spinning polyester and silk / viscose yarns.
The Company has a 32 shuttle less loom weaving unit to manufacture wider width fabrics in 100% silk, 100% linen and their blends with wool, viscose polyester & cotton at Vapi (Gujarat).
It also produces fabric on commission basis in major weaving centers across India. The Company controls these productions through its own offices at these centers in cities like Bangalore, Varanasi, Bhagalpur (Bihar) and Champa (Chattisgarh). This setup ensures strict quality control and quick delivery schedules.
The Company has its own made-ups stitching unit at Bangalore. The factory is equipped with 145 machine units, 5 computer embroidery machines, 10 embroidery machines, 1 dry cleaning machine and 1 computer quilting machine for comforters. The Company is planning to increase the stitching capacity by 50 percent. The C.M. Facility is accredited by J.C. Penney USA. Recently the factory has been accredited as an ISO 9001-2000 unit.
Vrijesh Corporation, Andheri West, Mumbai: Featured Products
The Company offers a diverse range of natural fibre yarns for the upper end market. Most of the counts are available in stock.
- Silk Yarns — We offer spun silk and oil silk yarn on hanks and cones. For spun silk we offer 2/60 nm and 2/140 nm while in noil silk the counts are 20 nm and 30 nm.
- Linen Yarns — All yarns are wet spun and made from West European fibre. All yarns offered are spliced on Savio winders on plastic cones. The counts offered are 15 nm, 22 nm, 24 nm and 39 nm.
- Babboo Yarns — This is the fibre currently in vogue all over Europe and the US. The counts offered are 1/30s, 1/40s, 2/30s and 2/40s.
- Fancy Yarns — The yarns are available as grey solid dyed and spaced dyed. These are yarns made on computer controlled machines in a variety of effects such as roving slubs, knots and boucle.
The Company manufactures for exports 100% silk, 100% linen and their blends with cotton, wool, polyester, viscose etc. The fabrics are then sold through its agents in New York, Paris, and South Africa. The Company is well known for its creative edge in contriving newer fabrics right from the fibre stage.
Utilizing its own intrinsically strong fabric source, the Company is manufacturing home furnishing articles such as cushions, throws, bed linen, table linen and drapery panels. The Company regularly participates at the Heimtex show in Frankfurt & Mumbai.
- Table Mats & Napkins
Ready To Wear Accessories
The Company has a scarves division which weaves sophisticated evening wraps using its own resources of linen, silk & woolen fabrics. It has exclusive lines of hand embroidered Jamovar shawls / stoles. The clientele included Marks and Spencers, Debanams, El cortes Ingles.
- Scarves & Stoles
The global environment is worsening with the passing of time. One of the reasons for this is the increase in the amount of non-degradable wastes like PET generated by the industries and households. PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) is used as a raw material for making packaging materials (such as bottles and containers for packaging a wide range of food products) and also Polyester yarns. PET is one of the most common consumer plastics used.