Cotton Yarn Supplier & Exporter from India
The most common natural fibre, cotton is spun into yarn and then made into spools of thread to be used for weaving or knitting into clothes. Out of so many man-made fibres which are available today, only cotton from times immemorial has been like a second skin for man. Other natural fibres like linen, bamboo, nettle and soy are also competing, but yarn has been always a favourite because of its usefulness in a tropical climate like that of India. Cotton is not only a versatile fibre, but is also widespread in our country as many farmers are known to grow cotton as a cash crop.
Customer service takes the cake
The production of the yarn starts with the farmers and then through the hands of any exporter this fibre is not only supplied to cloth manufacturers all over the country but also the world. These exporters not only export the fibre but also other end products like yarns for both single and double knitting purposes, cotton fabrics and garments. Thus from a manufacturer, they become a cotton supplier. To become a noted supplier and manufacturer, it is also important to deliver outstanding customer service.
This can be achieved through the following:
- Regular communication with buyers.
- Proper sampling and adherence to technical specifications.
- Adherence to quality control measures.
- Adherence to timely delivery protocol and
- Product development after market survey.
These are some of the must haves in any manufacturer turned supplier. Since, the world has shrunk nowadays, it is important to keep a tag on the customer service wings of the business.
Cotton and others
When we are referring to yarn exports, He/ she can be exporting cotton, synthetic, blended, Melange/Heather or others such as yarn made from Linen, Modal, Jute, Acrylic with cotton and woollen blend and Bamboo. All these products are relevant today with a sea- change in customers’ tastes and fashion. Whatever it is, we can always take heart that cotton will never be out of fashion.