Indah Jaya was established in 1962 supplying towel to local markets. The
commitment on quality and customer satisfaction has brought Indah Jaya to
expand its market to international market in 1988 where the first export
commenced to Europe.
As the market grows, Indah Jaya started the new plant inTangerang in 1992.
At the same year, Indah Jaya started to export to Japanese
market. Continuous efforts and improvement in technical know-how as well as
addition of modern and sophisticated machineries has brought Indah Jaya to enter the Japanese, US, and other high end markets.
In order to compete with the price and quality worldwide, Indah Jaya built their
own spinning mill in 2002 and began production in 2003. With an excellent yarn
quality, Indah Jaya began to export yarn production in the year 2005.
Indah Jaya expanded the business into other sectors of textile: Knitting and Garment in 2004. With good experience in these fields, Indah Jaya was able to export their garment
production in the same year.
Vendor Information :
Company : PT. Indah Jaya Textile Industry
Type : Manufacture
Year established : 1962
Ownership : Private owned
Annual volume (turnover) : $ 400.000.000
Product Information :
Yarn : Cotton carded, Open end & combed ;16/1,20/1,24/1,30/1,32/1,40/1, etc
Towel : Dobby towel, jacquard towel, & printing towel.
Knitted fabric : Single jersey, rib, cotton-elasthan, pique.
Garment : Clothing apparel, bedding (pillow, bedsheet, bedcover, etc)
Factory Information :
Factory size (sq.ft.) : Factory land 35 HA, Factory building 20 HA
Monthly capacity : 14000 tons for yarn, and 1300 tons for towel
Equipment & machinery : Spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing machines
Number of employees : 4000 employees
Sectional + Direct Warper machines from BENINGER of Swiss
Sizing machines from BENINGER of Swiss and SUCKER MULLER of Germany
Weaving machines from SUZLER of Swiss, DORNIER of Germany and TSUDAKOMA of Japan
Dyeing machines from THIES of Germany
Tumbler machines from THIES of Germany
Stenter machines from BAPCOCK of Germany
Shearing machines from LAFER of Italy and MARIO CROSTA of Italy
Long Hemming machines from SCHAMALE of Germany
Hanging System Sewing from SMART of Japan
Embroidery machines from BARUDAN of Japan