We offer a wide spectrum of woolen dyed yarns dyed with natural dyes, which are widely used in the production of superior quality fabrics. Our dyed yarns are available in enriching colours and are highly demanded by our customers due to their softness and smooth texture. We are one of the chief woolen dyed yarns manufacturers and suppliers in India. We offer products of different grades as per the needs of the clients. Our focus is to maintain the quality of our dyed yarns so as to ensure total customer satisfaction. We offer our quality products at the most reasonable prices.
Welcome to the flourishing world of Sam Vegetable Colours (P) Ltd. We offer NATURAL DYES for wool, silk, cotton, jute, Hemp, Lenin and other natural fibers. Today, we stand amidst the leading natural dyed fabric manufacturers and dyed yarns exporter from India. Founded in 1995, as a family run business, the company has been exclusively and continuously working in the field of Natural Dyes. Our sister concern named "Sam-N-Ram" and "Interline exports", with the same directors, has been taken over by the parent company i.e. Sam Vegetable Colours (P) Ltd. in 2004. At present, besides selling natural dyes and project consultancy, company also does natural dyeing of various count yarns in commercial dyeing machines in bulk quantity on commission basis and is equipped to supply/export natural dyed fabric & yarn in cone form from its office in Ludhiana. We are tied up for the supply of Natural dyed textile products. We have achieved specialization in the manufacturing of textile dyes. Founder of the company Sam Vegetable Colours (P) Ltd., Mr. Mahesh Chandra Jain, after resigning from the post of Armament Engineer in Defense ministry, decided to start his own business in 1974. His love, affection & dedication towards nature could not attract him to join his parental business of Gold & Diamond jewellery. He preferred to start Menthol herb cultivation and its distillation. He remained in this natural product business for 20 years. As soon as in 1994 he came to know about the ban on the use of azo-dyes by Germans, his interest developed to explore our centuries old vegetable dyeing heritage. Initially he faced lot of problems in the identification of pigment bearing vegetations, dyeing processes, as dyeing methods were being transformed by one generation to the next generation. There was no written literature available except some dyed pieces were seen in different museums.
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