Arvind – SCLAVOS
Working Together Since 1997


The name Arvind Limited is synonymous with National Pride, Entrepreneurism and Creating History

  • Started in 1930 in the midst of great depression finding an opportunity to make fine and superfine fabrics in tune with the FATHER OF THE NATION’s call for boycotting import of fine and superfine fabrics from England.
  • In 1980s threatened by the invasion of power looms churning out massive production of in expensive fabrics, Arvind created a place of its own for its survival with high quality premium fabrics such as denim for leisure and fashion, cotton shirting and trousers.
  • Year 1997 saw Arvind encashing the new horizons of knitwear, shirting and bottom weight by creating its world class facilities, largest of its kind in India for knits, bottom weights and shirting.
  • An organisation Arvind is known for going in for the latest and the best of the technologies available around the globe with emphasis on productivity, utility saving and to save the mother earth.
  • No doubt Arvind has selected Sclavos as one of its partners as early as 1996 and adapted its technological features for overall savings and productivity. The association of Sclavos and Arvind is nearly TWO DECADE old and Arvind continued to invest in Sclavos fabric dyeing technology from time to time.

The recent addition of Four machines of the latest generation Athena3 Sclavos dyeing machine in the beginning of 2014 to produce close to 250 tons a month of special knit fabrics is another testimony for Arvind’s belief in staying with the latest technology in fabric dyeing keeping the tradition of going with Sclavos as always. With this new addition, Arvind produces 9600 tons per annum of knitted fabrics and most of them from Sclavos machines.

Sclavos Athena3 fabric dyeing machines Globally helps all the customers to gradually reduce its carbon footprint by ‘dramatically’ reducing the water consumption and CO2 emissions as these machines represents highest standards of efficiency in terms of highly reduced power, steam and water consumption.

Arvind Ltd with their decision to stay with Sclavos over the last two decades has indeed become a feather in the cap for Sclavos.