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Published on Thursday, 30 May 2013

Eco-denim factory plans

Written by John Mowbray

denim weaving machineKARACHI – A leading Pakistani textile manufacturer is investing in a new, LEED-certified green denim facility which, when completed later this year, will take its total production capacity to 36 million metres per annum. As well as incorporating smart energy and water-saving technologies, Artistic Milliners’ new denim mill will also employ a large number of women and disabled workers, said the company in an interview with Ecotextile News.


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