Supreme Yarns, earlier known as Supreme Tex Mart incorporated in 1988 as Supreme Woollen Mills, is engaged in business of yarns, dyeing, fabrics and garments. Later the name of the company was changed to Supreme Yarns. The company is promoted by Ram Lal Gupta, Sanjay Gupta and Ajay Gupta along with the Punjab State Industrial Development Corporation (PSIDC).In 2009 the company has changed its name from Supreme Yarns Ltd. to Supreme Tex Mart Ltd.
The company has customer base in over 30 countries including USA, England, Canada, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and South Korea. Supreme has received recognition as Star Exports House by Government of India with over 25% of the revenues coming from exports.
Supreme Tex Mart’s manufacturing facilities are located at Ludhiana (Punjab) in India.
Yarns- Company’s yarn unit has installed capacity of 72,000 spindles, out of this 63,300 spindles run on cotton system and 8,700 spindles on worsted system. Company has set up unit with an installed capacity of 720 rotors for manufacturing open end yarns.
Dyeing- Company dyeing unit has capacity of 7 tons of fibre dyeing per day, 20 tons of yarn dyeing per day, 15 tons of fabric dyeing per day and 5000 pieces of garment dyeing and washing per day. Presently, company owns one of the biggest dyeing units in India.
Fabrics- Company’s fabrics unit has installed capacity of 12 tons of fabric per day ranging 10s to 40s Ne. Company has sourced its circular knitted machines from Mayer & Cie and Jumberca.
Garments-Company’s garment unit has a capacity of making 30,000 knitted garments per day. The unit comprises of 30 lines each capable of making 1000-1200 garments per day.