Pakistan Local Yarn Prices 28-December-2022

28 DEC, 2022

20s 100% Modal at 3350+gst.
30s 100% Modal at 3550+gst.
40s 100% Modal at 3750+gst.

20s 100% Tencel at 5100+gst.
30s 100% Tencel at 5200+gst.
40s 100% Tencel at 5400+gst.

20s 100% Acrylic at 3200+gst.
30s 100% Acrylic at 3300+gst.
40s 100% Acrylic at 34500+gst.

100% cotton “O.E” and “Ring spun” double Yarns for towel use

8s carded at O.E at 2120+gst

10s carded cotton O.E at 2170/2200+gst

12s carded o.e at 2220/2280+gst.

16s carded o.e at 2390/2450+gst.

8/2 carded ring spun soft at 2600/2650+gst.

10/2 carded soft ring at 2650/2700+gst.

12/2 cdd soft ring at 2750/2800+gst.

16/2 carded ring spun soft at 2800/2850+gst.

20/2 carded ring spun soft at 2850/2900+gst.

20/2 carded ring spun Hard at 2900/2950+gst

24/2 carded ring spun soft at 3000/3050+gst.

24/2 carded ring spun Hard at 3080/3125+gst

10s carded @ +/- 2620/2650+gst
12s carded @ +/- 2650/2730 +gst
16s carded @ 2750/2800+gst
20s carded @ 2850/2900+gst
20s combed at 3250/3350+gst
24s carded @ 3100/3150+gst
24s combed @ 3300/3400+gst
26s combed @ 3450/3500+gst
30s carded @ 3150/3250+gst
30s combed @ 3500/3550+gst
36s combed @ 3600/3650+gst
40s combed @ 3700/3750+gst.

100% Imported cotton CF (Contamination Free) Yarn
20s cf carded @ 3050+gst
30s cf carded @ 3250+gst

👉 100% Organic Cotton could be offered on demand
20s Organic carded at 3650/3700+gst.
20s Organic combed at 4100/4150+gst.
24s Organic carded at 3750/3850+gst.
24s Organic combed at 4500/4200+gst.
30s Organic carded at 3950/4000+gst
30s Organic combed at 4300/4400+gst

Ecru PC/CVC ring spun yarns
20s pc CMB 65/35 at 2590+gst
26s pc CMB 65/35 at 2610+gst
30s pc CMB 65/35 at 2740+gst

10s PC 52/48.
Carded at 2100/2150+gst
Combed at 2430+gst

12s PC 52/48.
Carded at 2200/2250+gst
Combed at 2460+gst

16s PC 52/48.
Carded at 2250/2300+gst
Combed at 2530+gst

20s PC 52/48.
Carded at 2300/2350+gst
CF cdd at 2450/2500+gst.
Pak Combed at 2640+gst.

24s PC 52/48.
Carded at 2400/2450+gst
With CF CD at 2550/2600+gst
Pak Combed at 2800+gst.

30s PC 52/48.
Carded at 2450/2550+gst
With CF cotton at 2550/2600+gst
Pak Combed at 2980+gst

36s PC 52/48
Pak Combed at 3160+gst.

40s PC 52/48
Pak Combed at 3260+gst.

10s CVC 75/25 @ 2490/2550+gst.

12s CVC 75/25 @ 2550/2580+gst.

16s CVC 75/25 @ 2600/2650+gst.

20s CVC 75/25 @ 2700/2750+gst.

30s CVC 75/25 @ 3000/3050+gst

10s pc 52/48 GRS polyester at 2400/2450+gst.

12s pc 52/48 GRS polyester at 2450/2500+gst

16s pc 52/48 GRS polyester at 2500/2550+gst

20s pc 52/48 GRS polyester at 2580/2650+gst

24s pc 52/48 GRS polyester at 2650/2700+gst

30s pc 52/48 GRS polyester at 2720/2780+gst.

20s cvc 60/ 40
carded at 2550/2600+gst
Combed at 2900+gst.

24s cvc 60/40
Carded at 2650/2700+gst
Combed at 2950+gst.

30s cvc 60/ 40 carded pak at 2720/2750+gst.
With CF cotton at 2800+2900+gst.
Combed at 3150+gst.

40s cvc 60/ 40
Combed at 3490+gst.

20s cvc 60/ 40 with “Recycled Polyester”
Carded at 2750/2800+gst.
Combed at 2950/3050+gst.

24s cvc 60/ 40 with “Recycled Polyester”
Carded at 2700/2750+gst
Combed at 3150/3200+gst

30s cvc 60/ 40 with “Recycled Polyester”
Carded at 3000/3100+gst
Combed at 3250/3325+gst.

40s cvc 60/ 40 with “Recycled Polyester” at 3650/3750+gst

O.E/Auto Coro yarns
10s pc 52/48 O.E at 1650/1700+gst
10s cvc 60/40 O.E at 1750/1800+gst
10s pc 52/48 O.E GRS at 1750/1850+gst
10s cvc 60/40 O.E GRS at 1850/1950+gst

12s pc 52/48 O.E at 1750/1800+gst
12s cvc 60/40 O.E at 1850/1950+gst
12s pc 52/48 O.E GRS at 1950/1980+gst
12s cvc 60/40 O.E GRS at 2080/2150+gst

Grey Htr Melange Ring Spun Yarns
20s H12
CVC 90/10 at 3300+gst
CVC 60/40 at 2800+gst

30s H12
CVC 90/10 at 3500+gst
CVC 60/40 at 2900+gst

20s H0 Oatmeal Htr.
CVC 90/10 at 3300+gst.
CVC 60/40 at 2800+gst.

30s H0 Oatmeal Htr.
CVC 90/10 at 3500+gst
CVC 60/40 at 2900+gst

Ecru Chain/Siro/Marled PC 50:50 Ring Spun yarn
20s pc cdd 50:50 at 3200+gst
20s pc cmb 50:50 at 3600+gst

24s pc cdd 50:50 at 3250+gst
24s pc cmb 50:50 at 3800+gst

30s pc cdd 50:50 at 3400+gst
30s pc cmb 50:50 at 3950+gst

Polyester /Viscose Blend yarns
Ecru PV 80/20 yarn
20s PV at 1980+gst
24s PV at 2060+gst
30s PV at 2200+gst
36s PV at 2380+gst

Ecru PV 65/35 yarn
20s PV at 2100+gst
24s PV at 2200+gst
30s PV at 2350+gst
36s PV at 2450+gst
40s PV at 2550+gst

100% Viscose Yarn
20s viscose for knitting at 2750+gst
24s viscose for knitting at 2850+gst
30s viscose for knitting at 2950+gst
36s viscose for knitting at 3050+gst
40s viscose for knitting at 3200+gst.

(Tri-Blend and 100% Bamboo yarns).

16s Tri-blend (50 poly:25ctn:25viscose) at 3400+gst

/20s Tri-blend (50:25:25) at 3650+gst

30s Tri-blend (50:25:25) at 3850+gst

16s 100% Bamboo at 3300+gst
20s 100% Bamboo at 3450+gst
30s 100% Bamboo at 3650+gst

20s Cotton/Modal 50:50 at 4400+gst

30s Cotton/Modal 50:50 at 4600+gst

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How a Spinning Mill Works (Complete spinning mill process)

This is a process of converting raw cotton into a more usable form.

In the first stage, raw cotton is mixed with water in order to remove dirt and impurities. The mixture is then sent through a series of machines called ‘blow room’ and ‘carding’. In the blow room, air is blown to make the cotton fluffy. This process makes it easier for the carding machine to separate out fibers of different lengths. The carded fiber is then compressed into slivers which are spun together to form yarns.
Spinning is a process that converts raw materials, such as cotton, wool, or flax, into a continuous strand of yarn. The process is carried out in four steps: carding, drawing out, spinning and twisting.

Below are the details of some major sections or departments used in a spinning mill to convert the fiber into yarn.

In the carding process the raw material is first broken down into small pieces and then it is cleaned from the impurities like trash, dead fiber, dust and dirt. After this cleaning process the cleaned cotton is converted into sliver form. This sliver is stored and carried forward to the next section in canes.

The carding machines separate the raw material into a web of long fibers called sliver. The process starts by drawing slivers from the carding machine. The slivers are then taken to the drawing machines where this sliver is reprocessed to make it softer, straight and variation is decreased by using several canes of sliver into one row.

It is a process in which the fibers are passed through a series of rotating brushes. The brushes pull out the shorter fibers and leave behind the longer ones, which are then wound onto bobbins in the forms of laps.
The most common type of machine used for combing is called a comber.

The simplex frames pull the slivers out to make them thinner and longer, while being twisted together to form roving.

The roving is then taken to the spinning frames where it is stretched out and twisted together even more tightly to produce yarn. In the spinning mill process, yarn is spun into thread by a spinning machine. The spinning machine is called a ring frame and it includes four parts: the spindle, the flyer, the bobbin and the doffer.
The spindle is attached to a rotating drive shaft that is powered by an electric motor. The flyer is a large rotating cylinder with many slots in it that catches thread as it comes off of the spindle. The bobbin holds all of the thread coming off of the flyer and stores it until it can be wound onto a small container called bobbin

Then the yarn bobbins are converted into big yarn cones to their final shape.

Then these cones are brought to the packing department. Packing is being done in both mechanical and manual form. most common packing are carton packing, PP bag packing and pallets.

Author: Afzaal Khadim Khan
Owner: Textiles Bar
Lahore Pakistan

What is difference between Open End and Autocoro Yarns.

There is no major difference between open end and autocoro yarns. The simple difference is that auto coro yarn is produced on latest machines with same manufacturing system while open end yarn is produced on old open-end machines.

Open End machine is the older version of machines. It can mostly not produce finer or higher number of counts above 20/1 oe although We can produce up to 30/1 on open end machines but we have to decrease the machine speed which decrease the production and increase the production cost. Mostly coarser counts from 6/1 oe to 16/1 oe or 20/1 oe is produced on it.

Auto Coro is the latest machine having the ability to produce yarns of fine quality with higher speed. its count range is also higher and its drafting system allow you to produce yarn counts up to 60/1 although mainly people prefer to produce yarn counts till 40/1. Autocoro production capacity is also very high as compare with open end machine.

Hope you have under stood the difference in open end and auto coro yarns. In case of any confusion please drop your question in below comments section.

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