U.S. cotton helps us meet requirements of premium overseas customers
The Textile magazine|September 2020
Maral Overseas Limited, is a leading textile company with 35 years’ history and fully integrated production, starting from cotton processing to ready-made garments.

Maral’s integrated township is located in Madhya Pradesh. Maral possess a strong infrastructure with precisely chosen state–of–the–art machinery using latest advanced technologies, and is a professional organization with scientific business approach. Annual capacities running at Maral are 21000 MT of grey yarns, 3000 MT of dyed yarns, 25 million meters of dyed knitted fabric and 5.0 million pieces of garments. The company recently ventured into the latest technology of digital printing and after its successful implementation, it is expanding in digital printed knit fabrics.

The company offers a wide range of yarns under its umbrella. The focus has always been on sustainable yarns- BCI yarns, Organic, Fair-trade certified yarns and various special yarnsMiyabi thermal yarns, Acrylic -Viscose yarns, Supima cotton yarns, US Cotton yarns, Slub yarns, Bamboo blend, Modal Blend, Tencel Blend, Linen Blend, contamination-free yarns, ‘S’ Twist yarns, Air rich yarns, Injected Slub yarns & Eli twist yarns and many more.

As part of the fabrics division the company offers fabrics in various structures and blends with special finishes such as moisture management, wrinkle-free, Teflon, enzyme/bio-wash, anti-viral, Anti-microbial, UV protected & stain release finishes.

Maral exports as well sells in the domestic market to very discernible customers, who are mainly nominated suppliers to international brands. Its conviction in leadership through quality and best business practices has enabled Maral to emerge as reliable supplier for world-class products in markets like USA, Europe, Japan, Asia and Middle East countries.

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