India Fashion is a leading export house for fashion garments, based in Faridabad, India. It is one of the very few export houses in north India that is vertically integrated, with in-house capabilities ranging from R&D, design and sampling to Schiffli embroideries to QC, shearing, finishing and packaging. As a result, the ISO 9001:2008 certified company is able to maintain control on processes, quality and compliance, critical factors in the industry. No wonder then that, over the last three-and-a half decades, it has acquired a formidable reputation for stringent quality control and superior workmanship.
With a total production area of over 120,000 square feet at its two state-of-the-art facilities and 1,000-strong staff, India Fashion has a capacity of 3,000 units per day, which can be seamlessly upscaled to 100,000 units a month depending on styles. The company partners with some most prestigious fashion stores in the UK, USA and Europe while continuously upscaling facilities, technology and skills to keep abreast of the requirements of a very competitive global market and industry.
- 1992 - India Fashion established with a production area of 30,000 sft and production capacity of 25,000
- 2000 - India Fashion becomes BVQI and Sedex compliant
- 2004 - Best Supplier Award received from Arcadia Group plc for Topshop in unique product and 214 Ranging Winner
- 2005 - SGS ISO 9001:2008 certification received
- 2014 - New production unit with a production area of 40,000 square feet set up with capability in Schiffli, chemical laces and aunglies.
With over 1,000 committed professionals, India Fashion is headed by a team of highly qualified and experienced executives and technicians to attain and maintain institutional standards of quality in garment manufacturing. So, when you talk of India Fashion, what you’re getting is the benefit of decades of dealing with the world’s most demanding customers. In fact, 90 percent of India Fashion’s personnel have been with the company since inception, no small feat in a highly competitive market.