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Plant Overview
  JCT Limited commenced its textile operations in 1946. The Phagwara unit of JCT Limited is a composite textile unit having Spinning, Weaving Processing facilities. Today JCT Limited is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company and has secured GOTS Certificate for Organic Processing. It is also one of the few globally recognized OEKO TEX-100 certified companies of Class-II category.

The company produces fine and superfine cotton fabrics. The synthetic fabric range includes plain superfine suiting, shirting and dress materials in myriad designs and weaves.  In addition, JCT also markets a delightfully warm range of up-market shirting and uniforms material in various textures, hues and designs.

The fashion climate in the world is changing constantly. A company in the business of manufacturing fashion fabric needs to react with lightening speed to effect process changes. JCT Limited’s flamboyant innovativeness in styling and design satisfies the hunger of the fashion conscious. The company has a dedicated R&D setup that keeps looking for significant improvements in spinning, weaving and processing techniques - an exercise crucial to design breakthroughs. Elaborate computerized testing facilities are in place to monitor quality right from the fibre stage; HVI fibre testing along with various other equipment monitor physical and chemical characteristics of textiles. Uster classimat, Evenness Tester from `Uster’ of Switzerland and Computerized Colour Matching Machines further ensure 100% quality assurance to buyers around the World.
   
Machine & Plant Capacities
 

The main features of the processing section are 3 Continuous Dyeing Ranges from Monforts, Germany and Benninger, Switzerland, 2 Continuous Bleaching Ranges and Mercersing machines from Benninger. The present capacity of the plant is 130000 mtrs per day, which includes 10000 mtrs of yarn dyed fabrics. All the fabrics can be dyed and finished in various kinds like peach finish, Anti crease or wrinkle free, water repellent, Fire Retardant and various coatings to add value to the finished product.  The unit has full-fledged laboratory to perform tests, computerized and modern colour matching facilities to ensure that fabric complies international standards. Printing machine from Stovec is another feature of processing section.

Weaving section has 283 looms in mix of  Sulzer Projectile, Airjet , rapier looms. It has capability to produce 100% cotton, and poly cotton blended fabrics in large variety of weights, weaves and counts. These machines are Sulzer and  Picanol and well supported with preparatory machines from Benninger, Switzerland.

The unit is having 3 spinning sections - Open End Spinning, Cotton Ring Spinning and Blended Ring Spinning. All machines equipped with new technology from the companies, like Zinser, Trutzschler, Trumac, LMW, Erfangi, Crossrol & Vouk. Company has about 54000 Ring Spindles and 1488 Rotors in its spinning section.

JCT has captive power plants of 5.5 MW and 8MW, which is based on biomass fuels like, rice husk. These plants are well equipped with state of the art pollution control devices.

JCT New Plant:

Going ahead, JCT has set up a new plant to produce Nylon/Polyester Filament based Performance Fabrics. JCT’s new plant has production capacity of 50000 mtr per day in special performance synthetic fabrics.  There is a huge market for this kind of fabric in various segments. Various International Brands, with their source basis in India, import over 100 million meters of this kind of fabric from Far east Countries to convert into various types of garments for Sportswear, Workwear, Outerwear and Defence purposes.

The JCT’s new plant is the first of its type in whole of South Asia. The production from this plant fills in the gap in the supply chain. With most brands strengthening their sourcing base for garmenting out of India, procurement of this fabric from Far East was a nightmare in logistics. With increasing demand on shortening the supply chain, the availability of such fabrics in India will save 20 to 25 days for sourcing such garments out of India.  The plant has capabilities to produce different functional finishes and special coating effects.

The plant is equipped with state-of-the-art technology with water jet weaving machines from Tsudakoma, Japan. Processing machinery from Il Sung and other suppliers from Korea & Taiwan.

   
 

 
 
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