For the quarter ended March 2017 sales of Rainbow Denim declined 18.56 per cent as against the previous quarter ended March 2016.For the full year, sales declined 18.41 per cent in the year ended March 2017 as against the previous year ended March 2016.
Rainbow’s ultramodern plant in Punjab uses rope-dyeing technology and has the capacity to produce 20 million meters of denim a year. The plant adheres to the strictest international norms of technology and environment-friendly processes.
Denim is not only produced in different depths of blue, but in various combination shades, making Rainbow part of the select few in India with such manufacturing capabilities. The modern, integrated plant with spinning, dyeing, weaving and finishing is equipped with state-of-the-art quality control systems at all stages of the manufacturing process.
The company offers products that are distinctly differentiated and in line with the fashion requirements of leading denim garment brands the world over.
The collection includes a variety of denims in weights ranging from 4.5 to 14.5 oz and exciting combinations of texture, shades and finishes.
Shades include normal indigo blue, sandwich shades, sulphur shades, combinations of indigo and sulphur layers of dyeing, tinting and overdyeing in different colors.