About MS Enterprise
The quality of garments produced by designer and manufacturing companies, depends on the fabric used for making them. We have been a complete customer-integrated firm from the day of establishment. The entire range offered by us is widely used for industrial, medical & hygiene, packaging and shopping purposes. We are developing our range in both standard and customized finishes that perfectly match the exact business needs of the clients.
We intend to pursue growth aggressively and efficiently to maintain a strong global presence in the Nonwoven
To exceed our customer expectation in quality, delivery and cost through continuous improvement and customer…
We all look at the world in different ways, which helps us connect with our people, our clients and the communities we touch.
Quality Performance is a commitment to excellence by each employee. It is achieved by teamwork, training and a process
Supported by a highly qualified and competent team of professionals, we have scaled to great height of success ..
We develop the array with the use of latest manufacturing technique and incorporating advanced machines and tools…
The Festive Edit
Cultural Fashion Statement
Sarees are the cultural fashion statement of India. Different regions specialize in different types of saree designs and fabrics. From saree suppliers of Cotton, Banarasi to Silk sarees, India houses many well-known manufacturers. They use both traditional and modern means to make and manufacture sarees on a large scale.
Sarees date back to the Indus Valley Civilization, which lasted until 1800 BCE. Sarees have been worn for thousands of years in various forms. They’ve been around for a few hundred years in their current form. The attire is now adorned by Indian women every day and on special occasions.
Colour is one of the most delightful aspects of how we sense the world around us. ‘Light of a particular wavelength’ is a simple enough way to explain colour. But, our experience of it is anything but simple. In the fraction of a second that it takes for our brain to identify light of seven hundred nanometers as the colour red, it would grow into a complex, many-layered idea. To some of us, it will become a symbol of love or desire; to another, it would come with associations of anger. One may find that their idea of the colour red is shaped by the memory of dear someone, immortalised within a treasured moment. It would translate as the heroic passion to one culture, while to another it will come uncomfortably close to a force of oppression.