The Spinning Division at Danliris is integral in our capacity to provide our clients with a broad selection of yarns. Producing more than 91,000 bales of yarn per annum utilising 111,000 spindles, the division is organised into three units each specialising in a different type of yarn for varying market segments. Our focus on efficiency and quality control are core components of our spinning manufacturing services. Implementing these factors begins with sourcing the highest standards of raw materials from international suppliers — we source only the best cotton from the USA, Australia, and Brazil. As a company that can cater to the diverse needs of our clients, we understand the intricate details of cotton fibres and the impact various quality parameters have on our textile end-products.
As a company that is expanding upon our spinning production process, our spinning units can manufacture a wide variety of yarn blends. These include:
Polyester Cotton Combed (Ne 16’s ~ Ne 45’s)
100% Cotton Combed (Ne 30’s ~ Ne 50’s)
100% Cotton Combed Compact (Ne 50’s ~ Ne 100’s)
100% Cotton Carded (Ne 16’s, Ne 20’s ~ Ne 50’s)
Tencel (Ne 50’s, Ne 80’s)
Modal/Cotton (Ne 50’s)
Furthermore, we have invested in the latest machines such as the Toyota RX-300 spinning machine in addition to new auto-sorters from Switzerland and automatic winders from Japan. Through this commitment, we can facilitate the production of thousands of varieties of ‘slub’ yarns which are increasingly used to make knitwear and home textiles. This further underlines how through our Spinning Division, we can adapt to provide your brand with a value-added service through which we can produce your distinctive product range.
Unit I manufactures export quality yarns used by Indonesian companies as well as for our own in-house production.
Unit II is our largest unit within the spinning division; it produces yarn for the international export market and is renowned for its superior quality as the yarns well-suited to be manufactured into diverse textile products.
Unit III caters to the local demand for economically priced yarn and in the future we expect the capacity for this unit to grow further.