A family firm set up in 1976, Kewalram Indonesia is a large embroidery company located to the south of Jakarta. The company employs 800 people and possesses 57 Swiss embroidery looms, including a number of Epoca 06 machines. It produces up to 400,000 yards (over 365,000 metres) per month. The company, which is totally integrated in terms of yarn dyeing and finishing, is involved in an ongoing expansion phase designed to rapidly expand its production capacity.
Kewalram Indonesia presents a new collection three times a year using motifs and designs created in Europe. The majority of its embroideries are for the lingerie and ready-to-wear markets. The company, which is also active in the home textiles market, is Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and ISO 9001:2008 certified. Its production site has a wastewater treatment unit. It uses non-contaminated cottons certified by the BCI (Better Cotton Initiative).
Kewalram Indonesia exports 85 percent of its output to over 35 countries through its agents. It has representative offices in Switzerland, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States, as well as in Eastern Europe and Hong Kong. Its numerous clients in Europe and the United States include Etam, Sandro, Monoprix, Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Debenhams, C&A, JCP, Salisbury, H&M and Ralph Lauren.
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