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Yarn is a long continuous length of interlocked fibers, suitable for use in the production of textiles, sewing, knitting, weaving and rope-making. It can be made from any kind of synthetic or natural fibers. Very thin yarn is referred to as thread. Yarns are made up of any number of piles, each being a single thread. These threads are twisted (piled) together to make the final yarn.


Yarn manufacturing was one of the very first processes that was industrialized. Nowadays, two main processes mainly used for production of different kind of yarns are Ring Spinning and Open End. All these yarns have been manufactured from natural fibers such as cotton, synthetic fibers such as Polypropylene and Polyester, or a blend of synthetic and natural fibers. Synthetic and natural fibers are being blended depending on the end use and the characteristics of final yarn we required.



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Nikoo Group Yarn

Nikoo Group versatile Yarns are produced in various Ne. by two major processes, Open End and Ring Spinning with twisting facilities. Our high quality yarns are able to compete with main manufacturers in the market and have been exported to different markets. Nikoo Group major yarns are listed below; however, if you require yarns with specific specification, just contact us and advise us about your required specification and end-use. Advantaging skillful engineers and modern technology we are able to cover most of your requirments.


Kind of yarn

* 100% Cotton Yarn

* 100% Synthetic Yarn

* Cotton Yarn from Recycled Cotton

* Blended Yarn

* Melange Yarn

* Slub Yarn

* Air Covering Yarn

* Compact Yarn

* Core Yarn


Range of Ne.

* 5 - 60,


Total annual production capacity

* More than 20,000 MT

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