Bombay Dyeing enjoyed a leadership position in South India in yarns. Spinning mills’ yarn for suitings and shirtings comes from Bombay Dyeing fiber.
Bombay Dyeing’s polyester division is engaged in the manufacture of 100 per cent virgin polyester staple fiber. Bombay Dyeing is one of the seven producers of polyester staple fiber in the country with a market share of about 15 per cent. Bombay Dyeing entered the business in 2006. The company produces a wide range of specialty products, including micro fibers, super micro fibers, trilobal, super high tenacity, optically white, optical white super high tenacity, micro super high tenacity, black and black super high tenacity. The company offers value-added services to its clients and has regional offices spread throughout India, where the primary responsibility is to guide the customer in terms of what to do, what fiber to use, guiding them on the fiber that is suitable for their type of machinery, telling them about what is happening in the industry etc. Bombay Dyeing has a presence all over the globe, except Australia and New Zealand, where there is no spinning industry.
Bombay Dyeing is part of the Wadia Group, which has interests in chemicals, agro-products, foods, light engineering, textiles, electronics, plantations, laminates, consultancy, architecture, health aviation, hospitals and real estate.