Ghazi Fabrics International Limited was set up as a vertically composite unit as the first of its kind and scale in Pakistan.
Over the years, we have established our “PANTHER” brand as a top quality yarn in the Far East and European markets. We produce A-grade PC (Poly Cotton) and CVC (Chief Value Cotton) yarns throughout the year in different blend ratios. We can produce carded as well as combed yarns, both for weaving and hosiery.
We have also been experimenting with different fibers such as modal, acrylic and nylon from time to time and have conducted extensive sampling for our buyers.
We also produce core-spun yarns using lycra for our own weaving mill. Over the years we have carried out a very aggressive BMR (Balancing, Modernization and Replacement) programme and have replaced a lot of crucial spinning machinery with latest state-of-the-art technology from Schlafhorst, RIETER, MURATA and CROSROL. We believe that the only way we can maintain a competitive edge is by modernizing our facilities constantly and keeping ourselves up to date with the latest technology.
In our weaving mill, we have replaced all our old PICANOL machines with brand new TOYOTA machines, which run at high speeds and give us a wide range of weavability and choice.
Our new machines are equipped with dobby’s, thereby making us very versatile and allowing us to present our customers with all sorts of designs and high-end fabrics.
From basic twills, frills, pop lins, satins and sateens up to high thread count fine qualities, we can produce all sorts of fabric – from bull denim to T-600 qualities. We take great pride in also being a top quality fabric producer for apparel and work-wear.
We are in the process of adding a new warping and sizing machinery, which will enhance our back-process and aid our aggressive extension plans in the near future.
We are also striving to develop a dyed and finished fabric division and have commenced small trial orders for both local and export markets.
We have diversified our marketing portfolio and are currently exporting fabric to Europe, USA and the Far East. We are also working on developing new and non-traditional markets. We have achieved some success and are hopeful that our efforts will yield positive results.