For Pongalur Pioneer ,Savio is a partner in progress


“Our motto is to supply quality yarns as desired by our customers and Savio automatic winders help us in doing so”, said a happy Mr.S. Aravind, Joint Managing Director of  M/S Pongalur Pioneer Textiles Pvt Ltd.

Established in 1991 by Sri.V.Selvapathy, Chairman and Managing Director, father of Mr.S.Aravind, Pongalur Pioneer had a humble beginning with 2800 spindles.  A passionate and open-minded management along with young and energetic staff transformed a traditional mill into one of the most modern mills in South India.  A steady expansion with 11000 spindles added in each phase, has lead to the mill growing to a 1,14,000 spindles unit, spinning Ne 68’s to 105’s combed compact yarn.

Pongalur Pioneer is moving towards complete automation and digitalisation resulting in higher productivity and reducing imperfection in yarn quality and superior strength of the yarn (compact).It allows the company to produce contamination free yarn, which enjoys sizeable demand in the global market.

In pursuit of quality, Mr.Aravind has always relied on the best available technology.  “The quality consciousness began from the project state itself and investment in modern sophisticated machines from the world-renowned manufacturers like Savio was a part of our thought process.  At present we have 13 Polar machines working on various counts.” said Mr.Aravind.

Savio has been a part of the journey of Pongalur Pioneer from the beginning.  The mill also has Truetzschler blow-room, cards and draw-frames and Lakshmi Ring Frame with Suessen compact.

Pongalur Pioneer’s aim is to supply yarn to top bed linen suppliers in the world and they would love to retain this position by producing the highest quality compact yarn.

Both Mr.V.Selvapathy and Mr.S.Aravind also said that A.T.E. is doing an excellent job, and they appreciated the approach of its sales team in suggesting appropriate technology solutions to meet the quality demands of the mill.


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