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ABOUT US

Kohinoor Mills is one of Pakistan’s largest vertically integrated textile operations with over 1800 employees and $110 million in sales. Spread on a 100-acre state of the art facility in Lahore, we deliver over 90 million meters of world-class fabric to leading fashion brands in 20 countries around the globe. The company is involved in three major businesses; Dyeing & Finishing, Weaving, and Energy

Dyeing & Finishing

Dyeing & Finishing


Kohinoor Dyeing was set up in 2002 after a strategic decision by the company to move up the apparel value chain and compete with processing mills in Europe where manufacturing costs were becoming uncompetitive. After 15 years of operations KDM is now a market leader in cotton stretch bottom wear for the fashion industry. Through our R&D facility we have developed innovative fabrics and hand-feel finishes which have enabled us to become key suppliers for leading global brands like Zara, Levi’s, Ralf Lauren, American Eagle and Next. The division produces 4 million meters of dyed, white and print fabric every month using cutting edge machinery from Bennenger in Switzerland, and Brugman in Belgium.

Weaving

Weaving


Kohinoor Weaving is the flagship division of the company. Set up a small 48-loom project on a green field site in 1988, it has now grown into a state of the art facility with 260 high-speed power looms from Toyota in Japan, and Picanol in Belgium. The division produces 4 million meter of grey fabric every month, which is partially consumed upstream by the Dyeing division, while the rest is exported to clients in Southern Europe and Asia. KWM has also diversified its operations into Jacquard fabrics for the local fashion industry and luxury clients in the US and Europe.

Energy

Energy


Pakistan is a developing county that faces energy shortages in peak months; this is very detrimental to industrial production. In 2003 Kohinoor Genertek was set up as an independent power plant to supply interrupted electricity to the other divisions of the company. The division has an installed capacity of 30 Mega-Watts, which can be produced on a variety of fuel such as gas, oil, and biomass depending on seasonal availability. The division can also sell surplus energy to surrounding companies.