In recent years, with the rising of domestic labor costs, cotton prices have also risen considerably, and the gap between production costs and foreign countries has further widened, which makes cotton spinning enterprises face greater operational pressure. More and more enterprises realize that they must rely on technological innovation to develop new yarns and avoid the risk of Khmer price in order to enhance their market competitiveness.
In addition, with the improvement of people's quality of life, the pursuit of clothing tends to advocate nature, seeking novelty, beauty, comfort and environmental protection. Yarns made from natural fibers and synthetic fibers are far from meeting the requirements of modern apparel yarns. Fabrics blended or interwoven with various fibers have become the main choice for domestic and foreign users. Therefore, it has become an inevitable trend for spinning enterprises to adopt multi-fiber combination spinning instead of single raw material spinning.