Bangladesh’s Jamuna Group is one of the largest vertically integrated companies in the country. It has large capacities across the value chain from spinning to garmenting and washing and is set to upscale its capacities across the chain. It has five spinning mills, a weaving capacity of 2.5 million yards per month and 50 lines for garmenting to produce 40,000 pieces a day.
The company manufactures women’s and men’s high fashion jeans, casual garments and dyed bottoms. Jamuna has already started the process of expansion with an additional 500 looms. With its strong and firm belief in sustainable fashion, Jamuna’s textile divisions have grown tremendously over the years. Today, the company works with buyers like Tesco, Primark, Walmart, Next, Mango.
Upbeat on the possibilities of growth over the next decade in denim, Jamuna is adding another 5,00,000 spindles, to be operational in eight months. This investment will position the company among the biggest spinning mills in Asia and give it the strength to not only work in huge volumes but also experiment at the spinning stage for innovative yarns for the mass market. The intent is to offer the state-of-the-art facility to fast fashion retailers who can take advantage of the quickest lead time offered by the vertically integrated manufacturing facility.