At the Spinning Division, the focus is on retaining the purity of the nature-sourced fibre. This is achieved by using a judicious mix of conventional, people-monitored processes and state of the art machinery.
The spinning shop floor sports a range of machinery from LMW, Reiter, Muratec and SSM. This allows complete control over the spinning processes and thereby ensures maximum purity.
LS Mills specialises in the manufacture of Ne 40s to Ne 160s in Egyptian, Indian, Organic, BCI and Supima cotton. We also spin other fibres such as Tencel, Refibra, Tencel cotton, Tencel linen and other blends. The yarn is spun in single, double, plied, gassed and grey varieties. The division also caters to customised demands of soft packaging.
From spinning, to weaving, the progression was a natural transition for LS Mills. The expansion was also a result of an increase in demand for quality woven fabrics from around the world.
The weaving division caters to a daily demand of 200 to 1500 thread counts of grey fabric in satin, stripe, twill and dobby varieties. Keeping pace with the production need are the latest line of Beninger Sizing and Warping machines and Tsudakoma air jet looms.
Quality takes precedence in every stage of the weaving process. The division caters to both European and American markets.
The stitching unit produces world-class bed linen from 200 to 1500 thread counts and caters to a ready demand to the world market. This division completes the cycle of forward integration with a capacity of 6000 sheets per day per shift.
Innovation led LS Mills to create a distinct identity as a quality manufacturer of made ups. With the worldwide demand for ethnic Indian made ups and wovens steadily climbing, the company has already established a niche in select markets.
Qualified talent pool steers the innovation in design and texture. Besides offering comprehensive design training programmes for people, the company also ensures that the processes are upgraded to the next level of technology.