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Supima Cotton
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in Vietnam

Hi, thanks for contacting a small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam. Below are examples Supima cotton fabric made in Vietnam. If you don’t see your exact fabric then let’s work together to design it. Ask us about our fabric development services. Our sustainable fabric technicians based in Ho Chi Minh City are standing by to make your perfect Eco fabric. Our team has experience as a small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam.
 
 
A few years ago, we started focusing on Eco friendly fabrics like Supima cotton fabric. The journey has been challenging because yarn suppliers have very high minimum order quantities (MOQ). For example a typical MOQ for Supima cotton yarn is 5,000 kg. This quantity will make around 15,000 meters of fabric. Is it too much for you? If yes, don’t worry, we have a solution. We have available stock of Eco yarns in our sister company Greenyarn to accommodate small orders. Contact us. We are a small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam.

Name: Supima Single

SKU: BLS201001

Material: 95% supima cotton +5% sp

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 160 gr

Width: 170 cm

Measure: 3.6 m/kg

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Name: Supima Single SKU: BLS201001 Material: 95% supima cotton +5% sp Cost: $- $/ kilo GSM: 160 gr Width: 170 cm Measure: 3.6 m/kg Fabric type: Color: Lead time: Supply type:

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Supima cotton stands for “superior pima”.

To understand Supima we need to first understand Pima cotton. Pima cotton has extra-long fibers like Egyptian cotton. Extra-long fibers make very high quality cotton. Ask our team and we can explain. We are a small quantity supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam.
 
 
The US Pima cotton market was the result of the US government efforts to enable US farmers to compete against Egyptian cotton. Around the 1900s, the US was the leading producer of all cotton types except Egyptian. Scientists brought Egyptian cotton seeds to the US and managed to grow them on a commercial scale. The name Pima comes from the Gila River Pima Indian Reservation where the scientists first cultivated Pima cotton in the US. Are you looking for a small quantity supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam?
 
 
Pima cotton quickly became popular in the US and companies started labeling their cotton products as Pima cotton even though they were made from short fiber cotton. Pima cotton farmers feared that their products would start losing value because of counterfeits, so they formed an organization called Supima® to protect their ability to market the real and genuine Pima cotton. This is how Supima cotton was born. Eventually Supima arrived in Vietnam. That is why we started as a small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam. Many of our customers, fashion brands producing in Vietnam, asked us to source Supima cotton and we did.
 
 

Fiber Length

Supima cotton is one of the finest cottons in the world because of it’s long fiber length. It is used for high-end luxury fashion. What does long fiber length mean?
 
 
Supima cotton has extra-long fibers. If you pull apart a cotton ball you will see thousands of tiny short cotton fibers. These small fibers are called staples. They are the building blocks of cotton yarn. For simplicity’s sake let’s just use the word fiber in place of staple fiber. Cotton fiber has many lengths ranging from 15 mm to 40 mm. The longer the staple the higher the quality of the cotton. Cotton fibers with a length greater than 34 mm are considered extra-long fibers. Supima cotton fibers fall into this category. The handfeel of fabric made with Supima cotton is very smooth thanks to Supima cotton’s extra-long fibers. There is only one small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam – that’s us.
 
 
Yarns made with short fibers have a tendency to pill easily. The ends of short fibers stick out from the yarn and tangle. This tangling is called pilling. You probably know pilling as the tiny balls of fabric that form on the surface of a fabric. When two pieces of fabric rub against each other then pilling occurs. Supima cotton does not pill thanks to the extra-long fibers. This is one reason Supima cotton is desirable.
 
 

How does Supima cotton impact the environment?

Cotton is not an environmental-friendly type of fabric due to all the pesticides used during cultivation. Most cotton farming is not regulated and the amount of pesticides used is unknown and not managed well. Supima cotton farming is regulated by the Supima cotton farmers association to distinguish their cotton from the rest of the market. This is one reason why we support Supima cotton. We are a dedicated small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam.
 
 
Supima farmers have a long legacy of investing a lot of time and energy into ensuring the health of the soil and the smart management of water used in their farming practices. They use advanced technologies, such as satellite technology, GPS navigation and soil monitors. Supima also has strict guidelines that prevent growers from using toxic chemicals during the manufacturing process. Supima cotton growers have been setting environmental and ethical standards for cotton around the world.
 
 

Where is Supima cotton grown?

Supima cotton is exclusively grown in the USA. 93% is cultivated in San Joaquin Valley, California and the rest is grown in Arizona (3%), Texas (2%) and New Mexico (2%).
 
 
The Supima cotton farmers association is able to trace its cotton across the entire supply chain from the fiber to the finished product. Consumers can be rest assured that they are getting the real thing when their product is labeled “Supima” cotton.
 
 
Ask us for price and samples. We are a small quantity Supima cotton fabric wholesaler in Vietnam standing by to support you.

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