Sharabati targets recycled fibres with spinning investment 03/03/2021 Sharabati targets recycled fibres with spinning investment Sharabati Denim has created an additional open-end spinning line at its site in Kadirli, Turkey, which will enable it to boost its production of recycled fibres. The company said it will produce an extra 25 tonnes of cotton and natural fibre blends per day on its five new machines. Ring yarn is produced from the long fibres of cotton, but open yarn spinning can work with shorter fibres. This means Sharabati can add more recycled content as these fibres tend to be shorter. Open-end spinning also takes less time, which could equate to a 50% energy saving and 15% raw material saving, compared with using ring yarn, it said. The company has made a capsule collection called Suits You to showcase the fabrics, some of which have “salt and pepper” effects which are “very popular”, according to a spokesperson. Sharabati Denim was founded in Syria and is now based in Egypt and Turkey.
By Sharabati Denim 2021-03-08 14:20:01