Top 6 Vertically Integrated Textile companies
1. Arvind Ltd: It is the largest denim maker in India. it sells its brand’s like Flying Machine, Newport, and Excalibur and licensed foreign names like Arrow, Tommy Hilfiger, and Calvin Klein. Arvind owns the Arvind Store, Unlimited, and Megamart, selling company-branded apparel and accessories.
2. Bombay Dyeing: Bombay Dyeing is India’s largest Dimethyl Terephthalate (DMT) producer. It has a production capacity of 165000 tonnes per year (TPA). DMT is a raw material used to make polyester fibre, film, filament, yarn, and technical plastics.
3. Grasim: The world’s leading manufacturer of viscose rayon fibre is Grasim Industries Ltd. With a market share of around 24%, Grasim is the world’s leading producer of viscose rayon fibre. Textiles and associated items account for 15% of the group’s revenue.
4. The Lakshmi Mills Company Ltd: Company has two composite textile units: Avinashi Road and Palladam and one in Kovilpatti. The mill’s founders were also essential in establishing several textile machinery firms, including LMW and medical and educational institutions.
5. Vardhman Textiles Ltd:
Vardhman Textiles Limited is a full-service textile company. The company manufactures cotton yarn, synthetic yarn, woven fabric, sewing thread, acrylic fibre, tow, and clothing. Two of the company’s segments are textiles and fibre.
6. KPR Mills: KPR Mill is engaged in one of the largest vertically integrated apparel manufacturing Companies in India. The Company produces Yarn, Knitted Fabric. The company exports to over 60 countries, its major export destinations are UK, China, Australia and USA. Top 5 export destinations contribute ~62% of total exports
The company manufactures and exports patterned fabrics and cotton yarn. The company’s products include organic cotton, melange, core-spun yarns, ultra yarns, gassed mercerised, super fine yarns, slub and cellulose yarns, and fancy hand knitting yarns.