Production Process

Through years of experience, the firm built up its workforce and skills, resulting in excellence in both Quality & Quantity. We now hold the top position in producing and exporting a wide range of biodegradable and eco-friendly bags and made-ups in Jute, cotton-canvas (regular, GRS, GOTS, FAIRTRADE), and juco. Additionally, we produce made-up items like aprons and cushion covers. In addition to the classic Burlap and Hessian Bags & Sacks, the product line also includes Promotional Bags, Shopping Bags, Grocery Bags, Wine Bags, Gift Bags, Cosmetic Bags & Cases, Beach Bags, etc.

We also give two tiers of customization service, both of which include specific fabrications that are distinctive. When using our made-to-order service, customers can customize their purchases by picking the fabrics, colours, shapes, and sizes they want. They can create fresh looks for their target market by sending us ideas and studies. Additionally, our internal design team creates fresh analyses and designs for our clients. Our Control and Quality Assurance team ensures the sizes, colours, printing, and textures are detailed to the customer's demands. Our company is among the first businesses to use digital printing for our bags.

About Jute

In the packaging, non-textile, and textile industries, Jute is among the most adaptable natural fibres. We introduce the breath of pure freshness in the shape of JUTE to a world gradually becoming suffocated by plastic. Jute, sometimes known as Golden Fiber, is a natural fibre used for various purposes and is entirely biodegradable. With minimal extensibility and high tensile strength, it possesses a smooth shine. It is essential for preserving the environment since it is biodegradable and renewable yearly.

The inherent qualities of this fibre have been further reinforced over time with the aid of committed R&D work by reputable firms in India, and its minor flaws have been significantly mitigated. With the assistance of technology and other factors, today's golden fibre has many uses that create jobs, aid in sustainable human development, and promote a cleaner and better environment.

Packaging has historically been made of Jute, among India's oldest businesses. But now, as the world is looking for natural solutions to protect the environment, its adaptability is becoming more apparent. It is currently appropriate for this natural fibre to dominate with the best answers for the contemporary world, whether in efforts to preserve the land and the environment or in fields like civil engineering, which are crucial to the advancement of civilization.

In the following decades, it is expected that certain mini-jute plants and jute mills will play a significant role in manufacturing Jute and jute-blend yarns, particularly those with more complex accounts using a variety of yarn-making techniques. The value-added textile uses for these lightweight yarns include, but are not limited to, upholstery, furniture, clothing, fancy bags, corporate bags, shopping bags, wine bottle bags, and Christmas and other holiday-themed bags.

About Cotton

The cotton plant produces a boll, or protective casing, made of fluffy and soft staple fibre cotton. Spinning the fibre into yarn or thread creates a breathable and soft textile. Although cotton has been farmed since antiquity and used for clothing, it was not widely used until the cotton gin's creation, which cut the cost of manufacturing. Cotton has been used for clothing since ancient times. It is now the natural fibre fabric used most in garments.

About Juco

The Super Luxury version of Juco is a product that combines Jute and Cotton. 75% Jute and 25% Cotton make up Juco. The goal of this popular mix has been to bring out the most outstanding qualities and traits of the constituent parts.

In contrast to the Jute alternative, the Cotton component of Juco produces very high-quality firm Canvas, enabling stunning print effects at a considerably cheaper cost. Jute has an open weave, but the gorgeous fabric does not.

The jute component of the Juco produces a strong and durable bag. Jute's fast-growing plant, which doesn't need herbicides, pesticides, or a tonne of water to have a great harvest, is also a fantastic environmental feature.

About Digital Printing

With clean, effective, and lucrative production, digital printing technologies are more environmentally friendly than conventional ones. By providing a more effective alternative to the traditional rotary screen printing method, which typically requires 5060 litres of water per metre, digital textile printing saved approximately 40 billion litres of water globally in 2018. In comparison to screen printing, digital textile printing generally utilizes 10% less colour, or less colour per unit of volume.

The digital printing industry now offers an environmentally friendly future. Digital technology and its applications will continue to advance to replace inefficient and unsustainable production as customers and purchasers become more aware of their environmental choices and their natural effects.

We are dealing in minimum order quantity 1000 pieces only. 
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