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Textiles
Textiles and apparel exports from India are estimated to increase to US$ 65 billion by 2016-17 from US$ 40 billion in 2013-14.

Textile Companies in India

Latest update: August, 2013

Cotton production over the past few years has been volatile

  • Production of raw cotton in India grew from 28 million bales in FY07 to 38 million bales in FY15 and further increased to 35.2 million bales in FY16
  • During FY16(1), of the overall amount of raw cotton produced in the country, with domestic consumption totaling to 30 million bales
Growth

Production of man-made fibre has been rising

  • Production of man-made fibre has been on an upward trend.
  • Production stood at 1.34 million tonnes in FY15 with the figure reinforcing a recovery from 2009 levels.
  • During FY16 (April-October 2015), production stood at 0.77 million tonnes.
Growth

 

Victoria Mills Ltd

The Victoria Mills Ltd was established in 1913. The Company started with a small capital of Rs 400,000 (US$ 6,296.55) and had issued bonus shares from time to time and the present paid up capital is Rs 9,856,000 (US$ 155,147.06) and Reserves Rs 185,602,146 (US$ 12.37 million). Original mill was situated at Gamdevi, Mumbai and later shifted to P...

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Digjam Ltd

As the leading textile company of India, manufacturing suiting fabrics, Digjam has kept re-inventing itself keeping pace with the changing trends. With ultra-modern setup in the form of vertically integrated plant. This modern citadel of technological excellence includes the state of the art production facilities specially imported from France, G...

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Ruby Mills Ltd

Incorporated in the year, 1917 as a Composite Textile Mill mainly manufacturing cottons. The management of the unit was taken over by the late Mr C N Shah in 1946 and thereafter the mill has been regularly progressing and manufacturing a wide range of products. From 1959 onwards the management has been under the dynamic leadership of the Chairman a...

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Richa Industries

Richa Fabric is the textile division of Richa Industries Ltd (RIL). Ever since its inception in 1993, Richa Fabrics has gradually earned the recognition of becoming one of the leading textile companies in India. Backed by its expertise and efficiency, the company caters to domestic and global clientele. The company’s current product offe...

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Alps Industries

Alps Industries is dedicated to creating quality home textile products. With a heritage and history of making landmarks in innovations, creativity and aesthetics, Alps products include all possibilities in a home, right from Bedding, Windows Dressings, Decorative Pillows and Accents, Table Linen and Kitchen Linen. Manufactured in the most modern ...

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Loyal Textile Mills Ltd

Committed to philanthropy and socio-environmental development, Loyal Group is a multi-faceted organization, providing an array of products and services for textile and apparel industries. In more than its seven decades of establishment, the Group has created several benchmarks and established milestones for the forthcoming generations. Loyal Gro...

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Mandhana Industries Ltd

Mandhana is a multi-divisional textile company spread over multiple geographical locations. They engage in manufacturing of textiles and garments with state-of-the-art infrastructure. The scope of Mandhana's business includes designing, yarn dyeing, weaving, processing, printing and garment manufacturing. Planned infrastructural developments have h...

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Sutlej Textiles

Sutlej Textiles and Industries Ltd was incorporated on June 2005 and was created out of a corporate restructuring exercise in which the Textiles Division of Sutlej Industries Ltd (SIL) and DamanGanga Processors Ltd were demerged. It is one of the flagship units of the multi-product conglomerate KK Birla Group. The Group has dominant presence in fer...

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Bombay Rayon Fashions

Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd (BRFL) is a vertically integrated textile company, engaged in the manufacture of a wide range of fabrics and garments from state-of-the-art production facilities. Apart from being the largest shirt manufacturer in India, it has successfully evolved into a multi-fibre manufacturing company producing fabrics such as cotton, ...

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Bombay Dyeing

Bombay Dyeing was established in 1879 by Mr Nowrosjee Wadia as a small operation of Indian spun cotton yarn dip dyed by hand. Over the period of more than a century, it has grown to be one of the most recognised brands in the country. The company specialises in linens, towels, home furnishings, leisure clothing, kids wear and a whole range of o...

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ARVIND MILLS

Started in 1931 by three brothers, Mr Kasturbhai Lalbhai, Mr Chimanbhai Lalbhai and Mr Narottambhai Lalbhai, with a share capital of Rs 2,525,000 (US$ 41,957*), Arvind Mills was set up with the aim of manufacturing high-end superfine fabrics in India. The company has carved out an aggressive strategy to verticalise its current operations by sett...

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Vardhman Group

Starting off from a humble beginning in the year 1965, Vardhman group has evolved over the years into a modern textile major under the dynamic leadership of its chairman, Mr S P Oswal. Presently it has over 25 manufacturing facilities in five states across India and having a turnover of US$ 1,009 million. The business portfolio of Vardhman Group i...

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Alok Industries

Alok Industries Ltd, India's largest vertically integrated textile company, provides end-to-end solutions through five core divisions – Cotton Yarn, Apparel Fabric, Home Textiles, Garments, and Polyester Yarn. With over two decades of experience, Alok is the choice for quality textile products at internationally competitive prices and dependab...

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Raymond Ltd

Raymond Ltd With a capacity of 38 million meters in wool and wool-blended fabrics, Raymond commands over 60 per cent market share in worsted suiting in India and ranks amongst the first three fully integrated manufacturers of worsted suiting in the world. We are perhaps the only company in the world to have a diverse product range of nearly 20,000...

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