Fair & Fine Group was founded in 1962 by Malik Mohammad Nazir, started in trading business in basmati rice from small village Solgin Kharl, Hafizabad, Pakistan. An avant-garde industrial name and dynamic of various enterprises, Fair & Fine GROUP looks hopefully ahead to the future. Essentially, the group is engaged in the production of international quality Rice and jute Goods with the proven track record in export performance world wide for the last several years. Fair & Fine GROUP has proved its entrepreneurial skills and enjoys a prestigious market slice in the International as well as Local Markets.
Fair & Fine GROUP is very keen interested to invest in the field of Textile, Estate Business & Housing Scheme Projects, and Water Treatment Plants. Group has its own marketing offices in Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe, i.e Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Bangladesh, and Holland. Our aim is to continue the centennial journey of Excellency, Efficiency &Trust by with in mind we will continue our contribute to the Pakistan economy, by preserving the land and it’s natural resources thus giving prosperity back to Pakistan People.
Fair & Fine is one of the most modern jute industry in Pakistan, with total area of 25 acres, covered area 500.000 sqf. It has yearly production capacity of 15.000 M.Tons.
The worldwide awareness on environment and health is likely to provide new opportunities on jute, due to its environment-friendly characteristics. Jute and Kenaf have been employed for centuries as packaging materials. In recent times they are found to be a valuable aid to sound environmental management.
Jute, a natural fibre that can be used in many different areas, supplementing and/or replacing synthetics, has been receiving increasing attention from the industry. Their interests focus not only on the traditional uses of jute, but also on the production of other value-added products such as, pulp and paper, geotextiles, composites and home textiles etc.
Jute fibre is 100% bio-degradable and recyclable and thus environmentally friendly. It is a natural fibre with golden and silky shine and hence called The Golden Fibre. It is the cheapest vegetable fibre procured from the bast or skin of the plant's stem. It is the second most important vegetable fibre after cotton, in terms of usage, global consumption, production, and availability.
It has high tensile strength, low extensibility, and ensures better breathability of fabrics. Therefore, jute is very suitable in agricultural commodity bulk packaging. It helps to make best quality industrial yarn, fabric, net, and sacks. It is one of the most versatile natural fibres that has been used in raw materials for packaging, textiles, non-textile, construction, and agricultural sectors. Bulking of yarn results in a reduced breaking tenacity and an increased breaking extensibility when blended as a ternary blend. The best source of jute in the world is the Bengal Delta Plain in the Ganges Delta, most of which is occupied by Bangladesh.
Advantages of jute include good insulating and antistatic properties, as well as having low thermal conductivity and a moderate moisture regain. Other advantages of jute include acoustic insulating properties and manufacture with no skin irritations. Jute has the ability to be blended with other fibres, both synthetic and natural, and accepts cellulosic dye classes such as natural, basic, vat, sulfur, reactive, and pigment dyes. As the demand for natural comfort fibres increases, the demand for jute and other natural fibres that can be blended with cotton will increase.