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Sutlej Textiles

  • Market presence in over 65 countries
  • One of the largest integrated textile manufacturing companies
  • Total income of Rs 2,589.37 crore (US$ 370.49 million) in FY19 and Rs 1,867.33 crore (US$ 267.18 million) in 9MFY20
  • Largest product portfolios of spun-dyed, cotton blended and cotton melange dyed yarns

Sutlej Textiles & Industries Ltd (STIL) is a leading producer of value-added yarns In India. Since inception the Company has been committed to achieve high growth through development of niche products to meet increasingly sophisticated demands of the Industry. Today, it possesses the largest product portfolios of spun-dyed, cotton blended and cotton melange dyed yarns. Sutlej is the largest producer of Melange yarn in India and one of the few exclusive spinners for specialty yarns such as Modal, Lyocell and Tencel in the country.

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2018 The board approved to set up a plant in Jammu and Kashmir to manufacture polyester staple fibre.
2017 Acquired American Silk Mills (ASM), based in US
2016 Sutlej Textiles & Industries Limited wins Prestigious SRTEPC Awards.
2014 Company have started commercial production on November 01, 2014 of expansion project of 31,104 spindles, at the company’s unit Chenab Textile Mills (CTM), Kathua, Jammu & Kashmir.
Sutlej Textiles felicitated with esteemed 'Niryat Shree' Award.
2006 The home textiles and garments unit had started commercial production. The company got listed on NSE and BSE on December 2006.
2005 Sutlej Textiles & Industries Ltd was incorporated on June 22nd 2005, created by the corporate restructuring in which textile division of Sutlej Industries Ltd and Damanganga Processors Ltd was demerged and involved in textile business.
2001 Operations were forward integrated by establishment of Damanganga Fabrics (DGF) at Daheli in Gujrat to manufacture process fabric.
1997 Sutlej Industries Limited (SIL) purchased all the assets of Calico Textile Mill (CTM).
1963 Sutlej Industries Limited (SIL) established Rajasthan Textile Mills (RTM) at Bhawanimandi, Jhalawar district to produce cotton yarn.


Updated: May, 2019

Exports of textiles from India expected to reach US$ 82 billion in 2021 from US$ 39 billion in FY19.