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Nandan Denim launches new range of denim fabric

In order to revive its business post COVID-19, Ahmedabad-based denim company, Nandan Denim has launched a new range of protective denim fabric. The anti-virus and anti-bacterial fabric will be made at the company’s integrated production facility and protect consumers from the COVID-19 virus.

A part of Ahmedabad-based industrial conglomerate Chiripal Group, Nandan Denim commenced its operations in 1994 with textile trading business and forayed into textile manufacturing in 2004. The company currently engages in manufacturing of denim fabric, shirting fabric and yarn.

It is taking a lead role not only in social responsibility but also in innovations to make people feel more protected and secured in this 'new normal life'. The company looks at these denims not just as a business opportunity, but as a contribution to mankind by providing a tool to protect human health.

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