Indorama's commitment to stringent standards of manufacturing, careful selection of raw material and innovative work practices makes Veola one of the most desirable yarns in the world.

Based on the various case studies conducted at some of the places, Veola is proven to offer distinct advantages to knitters and weavers in fabric production and wet processing and few of these are.


  • Parallel fibers structured in yarn and most of the fibers contributing to
  • yarn properties.
  • Lower yarn blemishes [imperfections] and smaller yarn mass irregularities
  • Minimal Hairiness, which reduces tendency to pill during washing and leads to cleaner knitted fabric. Enhanced fabric appearance.
  • Reduced linting during, which reduces dust and fiber fly and reduced knitted-in foreign fiber, hence cleaner knitting shed. Higher yarn strength and better elongation - optimal integration of marginal fibers.
  • Fewer end breaks at knitting machine.
  • Reduction in Needle wear, leads to lower maintenance cost.
  • Reduced Needle wear and lower dust generation gives reduced fabric holes and stripes.


  • Aerodynamically parallelized and condensed fibers leads to lower clinging of warp ends and lower abrasion and hence higher efficiency in weaving preparation and on the weaving machine.
  • Reduced sizing uptake and hence reducing sizing and desizing costs and reducing water water load, which is relatively greener manufacturing practice.
  • Fewer ends down reducing incidences of stop marks.
  • Glossier and more brilliant final fabric appearance.

wet processing

  • Reduced hairiness in yarn leads to lower hairiness of fabric and hence no requirement of Singeing means cost saving.
  • Deeper dyestuff penetration leading to clearer contours and reduced dyeing costs.
  • Higher fabric tear strength despite non-iron finish.