The foundation stone of the weaving plant was laid on 1991 and production began in 1992. Production commenced at 20.000 metres per day of grey cloth. The finishing factory was planned immediately after operation of the weaving plant in order to offer finished cloth to the world market. This was completed in 1993. Additional looms were purchased in 1997 and again in 2001 bringing the capacity to
1.000.000 metres a month of finished fabric.
Currently, 2.000 kg of yarn is being folded and twisted on a daily basis. 6.000 kg of yarn is dyed on fully automated machinary. With an average weft density of 29/cm the weaving shed produced around 40.000 metres of grey cloth per day on 184 rapier and air jet looms. In the finishing mill all the grey cloth is dyed and finished using the very latest technology.
At the end of 1997 the finishing factory entered into brand new markets with the addition of a coating unit and an ammonia plant to produce non-iron fabrics.