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Manufacturing Facilities

Manufacturing Facilities

Knitting Division
The knits division started operating in May 2000 with a production capacity of 200 tons of fabric per month.

There are imported circular knitting, double jersey and terry machines. The unit is also housed with a range of wet chemical processes, dry processing, mercerizing, brushing, de-sizing, jumbo, raising, peach, and heat-setting machines to name a few.

The raw material for the knits division is procured from the best sources in the country so as to deliver the best quality finished product.

Polar Fleece Division
The Polar Fleece production unit was set up in February 2001. This unit has a production capacity of 450 tons a month of fleece knitted on imported terry machines. The unit is capable of manufacturing diverse qualities like Spun polar fleece, Micro polar fleece and Drop-needle polar fleece in 140 to 350 GSM range. This fabric is manufactured and processed in-house. Finishes such as double-sided brushing with one side / both sides anti-pilling treatment are imparted based on specifications and the end use of the fabric.

Flock Printing Unit
Started in October 2001, the Flock printing plant has a fully integrated in-house setup that takes care of the entire process from grey feeding to packing. The imported machines for flock printing, tow cutting dyeing are fed with tow procured from France. The installed production capacity is 5 lack meters a month.

Fabric Processing Division
Textiles being the first venture of the Chiripal Group, it is also the most spread out and vast business division. Manufacturing facilities for textiles are setup and managed at Shanti Processors Ltd. and Vishal Fabrics Pvt. Ltd.

These units adhere to the highest international standards and have the technical capability to deliver products of international specification. A variety of processing machines enable these two modern process houses to process almost every kind of fabric from the heaviest to the finest count, of any blend. They have ability to optimize and design product mix on a dynamic basis owing to their configuration, and high production capacity with diversity. This flexibility and complexity is one of the scoring points over competition.

These units can handle a variety of fabrics, irrespective of the count or construction, like Corduroy, Cotton twill, PV twill, Pique Cord, Knits, Moss Crepe, Georgette, Rayon, Denim, Lycra, Canvas, etc.

These manufacturing facilities are equipped with numerous machinery and the most modern, high quality technology for the production of Apparel Textiles, Home Textiles, Furnishing fabrics. There are different divisions like - The knits division, The polar fleece division, The flock printing division, fabric processing division and petrochemical unit.

Corduroy Division
Chiripal started manufacturing corduroy in June 2001 with its customized design machines. A well-equipped separate section with a team of highly qualified, dedicated, technical personnel with over 10 years of experience in corduroy, ensures quality to specifically meet the requirements of the clients. Chiripal also caters to Hosiery, non-woven knitted fabrics like T-Shirts fabrics, Stretchables, etc.

Khakis And Denim Plant
The plant employs the latest technology and has the infrastructure and initial installed capacity to produce 30 million meters of 100% cotton & blended gray cotton fabric. The denim plant has an initial installed capacity of 30 million meters of denim per year. The plant adheres to the strictest national as well as international norms of technology and environment-friendly processes. The plant incorporates a production system that involves quality control at all stages.

The Group also produces a number of petrochemical products through a joint venture company – Nova Petrochemicals Ltd. and group company Chiripal Petrochemicals Ltd. These units manufacture a range of petrochemical products like partially oriented, micro-filament, draw twisted and texturised yarns. This also ensures the supply of raw materials, required for the manufacturing various fabrics, in the desired quantity, quality and time.