Supreme Tex Mart - Products

Products

Supreme Tex Mart Limited manufactures textile products ranging from yarn, fabrics, to garments.

It produces Yarns for knitting and weaving (in grey and dyed) in noble fibres such as:-

Hand Knitting Yarns, Hosiery Machine Knitting Yarns, Cotton Yarn (Ring Spun and Rotor Yarn), Bath Matt Yarns, Carpet Yarns, Fancy Yarns, Home Furnishing Yarns, Mink Blanket Yarns.

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