Production Processing

Spinning Processing in A Textile Factory


Transforms fibers into yarns

The spinning process is the process of converting raw materials such as cotton, or synthetics into yarn. This is the first step in the manufacturing process.

We use compact spinning technology to produce the quality yarn waiting to be woven afterward. In terms of cotton yarn, most of our 40s or below 40s yarns are carded while 60s and above 60s yarns are combed. We also have some long-term yarn vendors in our supply chain in order to fulfill our production demands.


From yarns to greige fabrics

Weaving is the process of producing greige fabric by interlacing yarns, threads, or strands. In the weaving process, we assemble a warp from yarn, attach it to a loom, and then weave the weft through the warp. Mostly we use single ply yarns. As for thicker catering linen fabric, we also twist yarns before weaving.

We operate a number of air-jet looms, jacquard looms, and rapier looms in our weaving mills to produce various fabrics. Air-jet looms produce lightweight fabrics with a firm and supple feel, such as percale and sateen. In our company, most air-jet looms are dobby looms, which can be also used to manufacture dobby fabrics including striped sateen. Jacquard looms weave premium fabrics with textured patterns. And rapier looms are used for heavy fabrics or noncotton fabrics such as linen.

Close Shot of Weaving Processing
Dyeing Processing Facility

Bleaching & Dyeing

Whiten or color greige fabrics

Bleaching is the process of removing the natural color of textile fibers, usually by the application of chemical bleaching agents, in order to make textiles whiter and brighter. It improves the overall appearance of the fabric. And all of our white and off-white fabrics are bleached.

Dyeing is the process of coloring textile fibers, involving application of the dye. It is the opposite of bleaching. There are piece dyeing and yarn dyeing. Yarn Dyeing takes place before the weaving process, while piece dyeing comes after weaving. Most of our dyed fabrics are piece dyed.


Output the finished bedding fabrics

Finishing is the final series of operations that take place in the textile fabric manufacturing process. It includes desizing, scouring, singeing, mercerizing, calendering, sanforizing, drying, finalizing, and others. These operations, which involve the mechanical, chemical, and thermal methods, are done either to the fabric before or after it is bleached and dyed.

The finishing process is an important step in making the fabric ready for the production of final linen products, such as bedsheets, quilts, pillows, napkins, tablecloths. It improves the fabric’s appearance, hand feel, and durability. There are many finishing operations that can be done, some of them are optional as per the requests of our customers.

Finishing Processing of Fabric
Stitching in Linen Production

Linens Production

Produce linens using our own fabrics

In addition to fabrics for traders and downstream sewing workshops, we also offer ready-to-use finished textile products in bulk for end customers. The main products are bed linens, catering linens, and bath linens which are commonly used in hotels, resorts, restaurants, homestays, nursing homes, institutions, and hospitals.

We produce linens using our own fabrics. And the facilities are set up with all the equipment needed to produce linens from start to finish. The common process of linens production starts from cutting out the fabric according to product designs, and then it goes to quilting, sewing, inspection, ironing, and packaging.

Quality Standard

Comply with common standards and more than that

Maxson Textile is committed to producing quality bedding fabrics and finished linens. To achieve this, our production process follows the highest industry standards so as to meet the needs of various markets. Inspection and quality testing are carried out during the manufacturing process for any possible defects to be detected and corrected. All products will be thoroughly inspected before delivery. In fact, not just finished bedding and catering linens for the end consumers, even every meter of produced fabric has been carefully examined by us.

We can meet the requests of customers in color deviation and surface performances such as softness and smoothness. And as requested, we may send samples to SGS for performance tests in color fastness, color fading, pilling, and shrinkage. You can have confidence in our textile products since we are certificated by Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. The chemicals and materials we use are carefully selected, and they have no risk to human health or the environment during their use or disposal. We’re also authorized to use certificates of SUPIMA™ and Egyptian Cotton™ from upstream cotton yarn vendors.

Quality Inspection of Fabric
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