AN INTEGRATED FULL SERVICE
KILIM UNIFORM PROUDLY BEARS OVER 50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN
TEXTILE BUSINESS. WE ARE AMONG THE WORLD’S LEADING COMPANIES MANAGING THE
JOURNEY OF COTTON, FROM THE FIELD TO ALL THE WAY TO GARMENT.
The integrated flow means fibres are processed at one section of the plant, making mixtures of composed yarns based on customers’ needs. These yarns create woven fabrics which are fully concordant with government specifications. The fabrics are then routed to a third area for use in the creation of garments. The fully integrated textile mill supports reducing production time and keeping operational expenses lower and helps to enhance the quality control initiative associated with the manufacturing process. Cotton is one of the most essential natural fibres on earth. We are proud to be using only BCI certificated fibres at our mill.
• Raw Material Input andQuality Control Process of Cotton
• Bale Opening process
• Roving Frame – By Zinser machines
• Spinning – (Ring Frame)
• Autoconer (Winding) – By Schlafhorst machines
• Weaving: The most advanced Toyota and Picanol weaving machines are used in
• All dyes and chemicals used in Kilim Uniform facilities are certified under the international foundation ZDHC.
• The most technologically developed dyes are used
• Osthoff, Goller, Benninger, GMC, Arioli, Monfrost, Morrison machineries are used at our dyeing and finishing facility.
• Sulphur Reactive Pigment coating, Disperse painting, Indanthrene or VAT dye and Acid Dyeing
THE FABRIC AND THE FIBRES
As Kilim Uniform, a well-established textile mill, we have ability to weave and print onto a wide range of textiles which includes;
1000D & 500D Nylon
NYCO – Nylon Cotton
Cotton – Viscose
Cotton – Lyocell
FABRIC TO A GREAT GARMENT
After required fabrics are woven and finished at the KilimUniform Textile Mill, fabrics are transferred to Kilim Uniform Sewing Facility, also located in Edirne, to start the journey of transformation from fabric to garment.
Kilim Uniform Sewing Facility provides high quality garments with years of experience sewing for the Turkish Army, NATO armies and many other countries around the world. Garment manufacturing is a huge process where raw materials convert into a finished product. It is made up off sequential processes such as designing, sampling, laying, marking, cutting, stitching, checking, finishing, pressing and packaging. All operations are done in different departments at the sewing facility.