Sutlej Textiles and Industries Ltd (STIL), an ISO 9001:2008 certified Company is one of the largest integrated textile manufacturing companies and is having strong position in the Indian Textile sector in the manufacturing of value added synthetic, Natural and Blended yarns, all types of spun yarns, processing of fabrics and Home Textile Furnishing.
Sutlej Textiles & Industries Ltd (STIL) is a leading producer of value-added yarns In India. Since inception the Company has been committed to achieve high growth through development of niche products to meet increasingly sophisticated demands of the Industry. Today, it possesses the largest product portfolios of spun-dyed, cotton blended and cotton melange dyed yarns. Sutlej is the largest producer of Melange yarn in India and also one of the few exclusive spinners for specialty yarns such as Modal, Lyocell and Tencel in the country.
The Company stepped into the home textiles business in 2006 to offer distinguished products to the market by extending its understanding and expertise in textiles backed by strong design and product development capabilities. it works with leading companies-both domestic & International- to develop a range of exclusive textiles in tune with emerging design trends.
The Company has a strong global clientele with presence across major developed and emerging economies in over 46 countries.
As a company with a strong customer focus. Sutlej deeply engages with customers to develop products that work for them. It enjoys enduring partnerships with agents and dealers across the world.
Innovation, continuous technology upgrade and capacity strengthening are key drivers of growth for the Company.
We have set our sights on becoming a global textile frontrunner, providing wide spectrum solutions to the textile industry, from speciality yarn to fabrics; thereby maximising value for our clients and in turn, becoming their preferred partner.
Sutlej Textiles and Industries Ltd. (STIL) was promoted by late Dr. Krishna Kumar Birla and represented the textile interest of KK Birla Group. The Group is one of the most respected business houses in the country and has contributed immensely to the growth of modern India.
STIL has inherited the legacy of Sutlej Industries Limited, which was founded as Sutlej Cotton Mills Limited in 1934, and subsequently changed to Sutlej Industries Limited in 1995. At Sutlej we leverage our rich multi decade sectoral experience and market understanding to grow our value added yarns business in domestic and export markets, and build a sustainable unique position for home furnishing business.
We believe that with time, we must constantly evolve as each accomplishment marks a new beginning, an inspiration to focus on ‘the possibilities of tomorrow’.
As an organisation, we strive:
Lenzing Modal ®, a Modal fiber from Lenzing, is naturally soft on the skin and exceptionally ecological. The fiber is produced using Edelweiss technology. The technology is remarkably environment friendly and uses beech tree pulp from sustainable forests of Austria and neighboring regions.
TENCEL® is the lyocell fiber of botanic origin from the house of Lenzing. The ecological advantage of TENCEL ® is that the raw material wood stems from forest plantations which practice sustainability. Thus it does not require agricultural land for production, unlike cotton. Textiles of TENCELS ® are more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk and cooler than linen.
LYCRA® is a fiber that blends into fabrics resulting in making clothes stretchable. Lycra redefined comfort of fit and ease of movement and is a well recognized mark of innovation and comfort for all partner manufacturers as well as consumers.
COOLMAXC® is a technology which adds cooling and drying performance to fabrics used in active wear, denim, socks, outdoor apparel, and non-apparel items like bedding. Additional innovations in the COOLMAX® technology has given birth to COOLMAX® fibers which can protect the wearer from harmful UV rays. Another variant can actually be made from recycled items.
Our global presence stretches a footprint of over 60 countries internationally