Thai Num Choke Textile Co., Ltd.Thai Num Choke

Thai Num Choke Textile Co., Ltd.Thai Num Choke

Agricultural Leftover - Casualwear - Circular Economy - Cloth - Clothing - Coat - Cotton - Dress - Eco-friendly - Fabric - Fabrics / Textile - Green Concern - Green Fashon - Innovative - Jacket - Menswear - Natural Fiber - Natural Indigo - Plant Extract Dyeing - Shirt - Spun - Unique - Womenswear

Thai Num Choke Textile's (NaturTexx) yarns and fabrics are meticulously designed and produced as a reflection of our innovative spirit and green concerns. The products we innovate must be beneficial and valuable to all stakeholders right from the start at the plantations to the end customer's hands. These yarns and fabrics are made from cotton, spun with various natural fibers extracted from agricultural inedible leftovers such as lotus stem, banana trunk, galangal stem, pineapple leaves, kapok, and silk. Dyeing with vernacular plant extracts such as betel nuts, tea leaves, tropical almonds leaves, natural indigo, and lac make these fabrics holistically eco-friendly. These products are strong, durable, and has a unique texture to them. By using our materials, customers can enjoy and be sure that they are a part of the solution to reducing pollution, food waste, and supporting all the stakeholders in the supply chain to a better quality of life.

Thai Num Choke Textile Co., Ltd.
99 Mu 2 Soi Bangmekkao Sukhumvit Road, Tumbol Taiban Ampur Muang Samutprakarn, Samutprakarn 10280, Thailand

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