About Jute

Around the early 18” century, jute began to flourish as the base of an important cottage industry throughout the country the export of hand-woven jute cloths began in 1805. But, gradually, the jute cottage industry began to steadily deteriorate due to back of proper support and incentives as well as various other political reasons

It was in the early nineties when Europe re-ascertained its interest in the jute from Bangladesh. This interest, coupled with the determination of many-nurtured jute back to gain its international status. Europe’s requirement slowly began to move the wheels of the jute industry in this region. And till today, Europe plays a significant role in shaping the nature of the Bangladesh jute industry.

Jute is the second most important natural fibre in the world, next only to cotton. Jute plants are sown in summer from March to May. They mature in about four to six months and grow to a higher of three to four meters. The fibre has to be extracted from the stem after retting the stem in water for a few days. The fibre is then processed in the jute mills for manufacturing products.

Jute, an annual crop, which grows best in the sub-tropical weather, is eco-friendly and biodegradable. Other important characteristics also include a silky luster, high tensile strength and low extensibility. In early 1950 alone East-Bengal, subsequently East Pakistan & finally now Bangladesh produces 6 to 7 Million Bales annually (180 Kgs/Bale).

Today, the amazing variety of the products can take anybody’s breath away. Anything can be woven or molded out of golden fibre. R & D are being extensively carried out for using the versatility of jute to evolve and promote newer uses. Thanks to extensive R & D, Jute can now also be blended, molded and dyed to create virtually anything, be it fabric or furnishings, Carpets or Mats, Packaging or even paper and molding Board for Automobiles etc. Over the time, jute has proven to be a very versatile fibre. Apart from its traditional use as a packaging material, jute has also been centered to the making of several diversified products like fabrics of gorgeous textures, cushion covers, curtains, screens, bed spreads, upholstery and other home furnishings as well as decorative accessories. Also for extensive use in making Sound and Heat Proof Cardboard, which are finally used in Automobile Industries. Carded Jute Fiber on Rolls are also used for making mold in construction work & insulation purpose at home and work-places.

It is not far away that any valuable and beautiful piece of work one sees, it is of Jute. We involve admirably in the jute manufacturing products from Jute Yarn to Carpets and to find ways of other diversified use of the rejects in the form of pulp for paper etc. Being one of the largest foreign exchange earner from its export of Raw Jute, Yarn/Twine, Hessian Sacking & Carpet Backing Cloth and Carpets, Rugs and diversified products KIRON ENTERPRISE exporting its products mainly all ranges of Jute and Twine for weaving Carpet and Lino-Cloth/Wall covering to almost all over the world covering UK, France. Also exports to Turkey, Iran, Russia & C.I.S. countries, Japan, Australia & USA and is well known for the quality of products and prompt services. Besides its involvement in merchandizing different jute products the company is also engaged in studying world market for diversified uses of jute.


Hydrocarbon free/Vegetable oil treated Jute yarn on demand.
We use the world's finest hard district Jute in our batch.
We maintain strict shipment schedule
We do not compromise when it comes to quality and we may most humbly claim that we are the cleanest Exporter in the world.


Bangladesh Jute Goods Association
Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation
Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry