Mylon Metallics Offers Complete Range Of Yarn Conditioning Plants
Mylon Metallics which manufactures Yarn Conditioning Plants and Automation for the textile industry supplies a complete product range, while also supporting customers with low cost timely service, with a vision to ensure none of the plants are stopped for want of spares and services
The Coimbatore based company was started in 2017 and within a span of just six years has over 400 customers in Indian and overseas markets. Additionally, the company also supplies spares and services for all models of Yarn Conditioning Plants produced by other suppliers.
The company has a manufacturing setup over a built up area of 12,000 sq. feet and has the best and highest quality of welding and fabrication infrastructure. And since they are based in Coimbatore there is no dearth of quality CNC machining, sheet metal and powder coating suppliers.
Mylon supplies Yarn Conditioning Plants in three formats, viz. Cylindrical; Cubical with Auto loading; and Cubical floor mounted with capacity ranging from 200 to 2,000 kgs per batch.
Mylon Metallics also supplies upgrade kits for Yarn Conditioning Plants of other suppliers, which help improve performance and lower power consumption, while also extending service life of the plants.
“Though Mylon is only a six years old company, our experience of over 35 years in the textile industry helps us understand customer problems better and offer impeccable products and service,” D Srinivasan, Director at Mylon Metallics said while speaking exclusively with Textile Insights.
“We cater to spinning and composite mills in India and also overseas markets. Our plants are built with best in class raw materials without any compromise on quality and so our plants offer trouble free performance for decades,” he stated
The company also has a team of design engineers and not only manufactures technologies for the textile industry, but derives a major part of its revenues from other industries like material transport and automation.
“We have plans to invest in latest range of machines for sheet metal fabrication like laser cutting and bending machines. This will help augment our production facility and help us manufacture more plants and machines per month. We are also planning to introduce robotics,” D Srinivasan informed.
“Currently the Indian spinning industry is at crossroads with low capacity utilisation. But once the uncertainties in the overseas markets disappear, we can expect better times for the textile industry,” he said while discussing the future of the Indian textile industry.
He advised the textile industry to focus on reduction in production costs by using unconventional means of power generation, reduce energy and compressed air costs, while improving skills of employees, which will help make the textile industry competitive in global markets.