PHP Spinning Mills

PHP began manufacturing in April 2006 in response to the increased need for yarn. This enterprise entailed purchasing the Sekander Spinning Mills, which had been in operation since 1997 and had 21,600 spindles. Following the acquisition, PHP significantly upgraded the machinery and technologies to ensure the manufacture of high-quality yarn. Spinning, the process of converting extracted fibers into yarn, entails carefully twisting together cotton fiber strands. The rings of the spinning frame hold the yarn as it passes through a sequence of roller sets rotating at progressively faster speeds, all in an environmentally responsible manner. The company employs over 1,300 individuals, with 30% being men and 70% women. Additionally, PHP provides its employees with free housing, extending this benefit not only to the staff but also to officers and their family members.

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