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Weavetex has lived through its years of toils and discipline that it takes to mold an idea into reality. As it inspired the undaunted spirit of Mr. Yogender Jain (Founder and Chairman), the days and years lost itself in shaping what is known today Weavetex. Having started in 1969 there is only looking forward to the company which had only couple of Handlooms, producing Khadi and Home-Furnishing for local stores and later for Exports. Today Weavetex has state of art integrated textile manufacturing set up for producing Dyed Yarn, Textiles, Home-Furnishings, Garments and Denims for the pioneers in domestic as well as global trade.
History goes a step back where ancestors started business of Indigenous cotton textile in 1928 in a small town called Khekra as a devotion to famous khadi movement (so called as khadi andolan) initiated by Great leader Mahatma Gandhi. Today this small village situated in North of Capital Region known as Khekra has an address which runs through the computers of progressive upmarket clients. Its fabrics fill the home with colors that spell life and luxury and cloths the customers with happiness woven with zeal and dedication. Weavetex deploys all the efforts to update itself on technology and qualitative weaving of fabrics-by way of market-research and standards that are needed.
Looking at its growth today it feels the beginning has taken its roots and foundation for a bright future is laid with pride. Everyday swings-up with more ideas and requirements that are running itself into tomorrow with unknown energy.