Capacity to weave from 50 cms upto 2 meters width, SNT weaving plant specializes on cotton and organic cotton. Also viscose, tencel, linen and recycled yarns and their blends are used in the production phase; both, raw and dyed. Weaving archive holds more than 4000 designs; plain weaves, checks, dobby effects; produced within the last 20 years.


Why do we emphasize on organic cotton? We care about sustainablity and a better environment to live in. Organic cotton fiber has the lowest carbon footprint among the most used yarns in the industry. 3,75 Kg of CO2 /Ton is relased in the fiber production, where as 5,89 Kg is relased for conventional cotton and 9,52 Kg is relased for the production of polyester yarn. Also cotton production has the lowest energy usage regarding other yarns used mostly for the woven fabrics. 55 MJ is used for the production of a kg of fiber of cotton where as, 63 MJ for wool, 100 MJ for viscose, 125 MJ for polyester, 175 MJ for acrylic and 250 MJ for nylon. Water usage is another problem to be solved for the sustainability regarding the textile industry. Cotton cultivation is far more the most water consumer of the conventional yarns used within the industry. On the other hand, organic cotton cultivation uses 90% less blue water than conventional cotton.


We can summarize by numbers that; organic cotton reduces global warming by 50%, acidification of land by 70%, over fertilization by 25%, water consumption by 90% and energy use by 60% regarding conventional cotton. That's the reason we emphasize on organic cotton...