Group Overview

Reza Group initiated operations in early 1997 and since then has been regularly exporting fashion products (bottoms, shirts, outerwear, workwear, formalwear, sportswear) mainly to European destinations, along with Turkey and USA. The company has always been vigilant in catering to the ever-growing demand of the Clothing and Fashion Industry, in the domestic as well as the international markets. Later on, the company added Reza Fabrics and Padma Industrial Park in its business portfolio to brand itself as a complete vertical manufacturing company for international markets.

A vertically integrated plant, Reza Group has all the technically advanced production facilities from producing greige fabrics to full finished clothing through different processes of Yarn Dyeing, Weaving, Dyeing and Finishing using advanced machineries imported from Germany, Japan, USA, Korea, Holland and Italy. The entire process undergoes rigorous quality checking at every single phase and has achieved the benchmark required to maintain industry standards. Keeping pace with the textile requirements of the industry, Reza also exports full finished quality clothing items, accounting to approximately 5 million units/pieces per annum, of which 100% is exported to major countries across the European Union and US market. It is currently undergoing exhaustive growth activities, setting up two new assembling facilities with a target to add another 100 new production lines to enhance existing capacity.

Major products include any kind of woven bottoms, outerwear, workwear, sportswear for Babies / Kids / Ladies & Mens and also any kind of fabrics in cotton, polyester mix, T/C, cotton/stretch etc in non-denim. Moreover, denim items can also be produced including any kind of garment wash based on buyers requirements. Furthermore, our textile facility has expertise in producing any kind of cotton fabric such as poplin, canvas, twill, herringbone, slub twill, etc. Currently, we are expanding our Yarn Dyeing production facility by doubling its existing capacity to six tonnes per day.