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Asia Pacific Yarn started operation in Sumatra, Indonesia

Asia Pacific Yarn (APY) started operations in February of this year. It is a fully integrated viscose staple fiber yarn manufacturer, located in Pangkalan Kerinci, in Riau province, Sumatra, and operating alongside Asia Pacific Rayon (APR).

APY-Sumatra-setup

APY applies the latest yarn spinning technologies to produce high-quality yarn products. The state-of-the-art facility is equipped with an annual capacity of 32,000 equivalent ring spindles with open-end-rotors, ring spindles and vortex positions. It can produce up to 72,000 kilograms of knitted fabrics per year, 432,000 meters of printed fabric, 3000,000 meters of dyed fabric and 4,500 pieces of garments.

APR PRODUCT DETAILS

100% Viscose

Product Count range Type
Ring yarn 16-60’s Bright
MVS yarn 20-60’s Bright
OE yarn 10-40’s Bright

Research & Development (R&D) capabilities

The objective of APY is to support the development of a stronger domestic textile industry as well as targeting the overseas market by investing in R&D capabilities. APY is well-positioned to bring a more diversified range of viscose rayon products into the market through innovation and by being responsive to market demands.

As one of the companies managed under the Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) Group, APY supports RGE’s vision to transform into an integrated fiber business with expanding business interests across the full value chain, from renewable wood pulp fiber to viscose staple fiber production and now further downstream into yarn and textiles.

APY-Extending-partnership

APY’s R&D Center is equipped with facilities from spinning to garment production, alongside world-class testing labs for developing new products and functions. Through collaboration with our customers and the wider textile industry, APY is a partner of choice for emerging technology trends in fiber, textiles and fashion, while keeping up with changing market conditions.

“As the world’s second-largest apparel exporter of Western fashion brands, Bangladesh is a priority market for us. Our goal is to support the country in producing sustainable and environmentally friendly fabric to meet the growing global eco-conscious fashion consumers,” said Ben Poon, company Business Head.

“Our commitment to strengthen our position as a yarn partner of choice in Bangladesh and to support the development of the textile sector in the region. Due to our vertical integration, from plantation to distribution, we can provide customers with the essential stability they require, in terms of supply, price, quality, service and quality,” said  Poon.

OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Certification

APY has been awarded the OEKO-TEX® STD 100 certification by TESTEX AG. Conformance to Annex 6 product class I, confirms that our Yarn is free from any harmful substances and safe to use in baby articles, while additionally fulfilling the requirements of Annex XVII of REACH, US CPSIA and Chinese standard GB 18401:2010.

Asia-Pacific-Yarn-OEKO-TEX-Standard-100-Certification

Compliance with the OEKO-TEX® STD 100 is achieved through rigorous testing by an independent laboratory. This certification demonstrates that our products meet the prescribed human health and ecological requirements.

Sustainability

Sustainability is fundamental to APY. We firmly believe in the value of continuous improvement and transparency in guiding our sustainability efforts and in the importance of open and constructive dialogue with stakeholders. We are working to accelerate the suite of certification required by our customers all around the world.

Our presence

Please contact our sales representatives to enquire about our offerings. Email : APY_sales@aprayon.com

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