Staying true to our vision of glocal diversification, Naveena Group established its Spinning Unit in 2010. Spinning around our core business principles of unparalleled quality and constant innovation, you’ll find efficiency and technology at the center of its foundations.
Initially started with a setup of 19,200 spindles, it soon became the heart of Naveena Group’s supply chain management through backward integration, adding an impressive product base of specialized yarn with preeminent quality. Therefore, the unit was expanded to 42,000 spindles by adding 22,800 spindles in 2014 with an enhanced capacity to produce 22,350 tons of yarn per annum. Our count range is from Ne 5/1 to Ne 18/1. The unit is spinning the best quality yarn to Naveena Group’s denim units and to its customers worldwide.
The product range also includes fibres, filaments and synthetic yarns including:
- Modal (White, Black, Micro, Micro AIR, Beige, Blue ,Marine Blue);
- Thermolite (White, Black);
- Coolmax (White, Black);
- ThermoCool (White, Black);
- Polyproplene (White, Black)
- Polyester (White, Black);
- Dyneema (White, Black);
- Antimicrobial XT2
The product portfolio of the unit includes:
- Plain yarn;
- Siro yarn;
- Slub yarn;
- Stretch yarn with all danier; and
- Dual Core Stretch yarn with all danier.
We believe the future belongs to those who spin the best quality relations with their stakeholders and therefore, we remain committed to satisfy our customers’ requirements by going the extra mile.
Naveena Developers’ high-end residential and corporate projects raise the bar of expectations with respect to construction and sustainability.
In line with its Vision of diversification and sustainable growth, Naveena Group decided to enter into the steel sector. Forged in 2018, Naveena Steel Mills (Private) Limited is setting up a steel melting and rerolling mill with a capacity to produce 300,000 TPA of steel bars. The project aims to fulfill the infrastructure development requirements of the country in the years to come. Powered by the pioneering Continuous Casting production process, it will be the first of its kind in Pakistan with state-of-the-art equipment to produce high efficiency, and even higher quality rebar steel.
Naveena Power has entered into a joint venture to form Lakeside Energy (Pvt.) Limited and is currently developing a 50MW windmill power project at Jhimpir, Thatta, Sindh.
According to the Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB), Jhimpir falls in the Gharo-Keti Bandar Wind Corridor, which is a 70x100 kilometer coastal stretch, with the capacity to generate up to 50,000MW of electricity. In 2005, the AEDB and Pakistan Meteorological Department identified its natural potential due to approximate wind speeds of 7.3 metres per second (m/s) — or almost 25 feet per second. Naveena Power is also actively pursuing other opportunities in the renewable energy sector to supplement Pakistan's growing demand for clean energy.