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Our Process

Shelokh International has two textile manufacturing units, all are Fully equipped with high-tech and modern state of the art machinery which makes the manufacturing process efficient and smooth.


Knitting is a method by which thread or yarn may be turned into cloth or other fine crafts. Knitted fabric consists of consecutive loops, called stitches. As each row progresses, a new loop is pulled through an existing loop.


We have a team of supervisors who are always visiting these looms to ensure quality knotting and timely delivery of orders. For the production of fitted Sheets, Institutional Linen, and fabrics.


The term finishing includes all the mechanical and chemical processes employed commercially to improve the acceptability of the product, except those procedures directly concerned with coloring.


Quality testing and maintaining standards are important. The objective of our quality assurance system is to avoid defects in the products. The company has qualified staff that is ensuring quality checks throughout the production processes..


High-Speed Automatic Elastic Machine to meet customers’ need, the same width of the models can be converted each other to different output in number, and the needle loom has quality spare parts to composition, it can be created most economical value used with long durability, and reduces depreciation rate effectively.


The garment components have to be cut accurately and precisely as per the shape of the pattern to facilitate the assembling process and for better fitting of garments. The effortlessness in achieving this accuracy is based on the cutting method engaged and on the marker. To get a consistent quality of cutting, the layer height should be as low as possible without affecting the production planning and quality of cutting.


The chenille process is a method of creating a plush, velvety fabric with raised fibers on the surface. The process involves wrapping yarn around a core material, cutting the yarn on both ends to create frayed tufts, and then brushing the tufts to create a soft and luxurious fabric. Chenille is commonly used for bedspreads, blankets, rugs, and other textiles for a cozy and warm feeling


Printing is a process of producing images or texts onto a surface, typically paper, using an ink-based method. The most common printing method is offset printing, where the ink is transferred from a plate to the printing surface. Digital printing is another popular method, which involves printing directly from a digital file without the need for plates. Both methods have their advantages and are used for different types of printing jobs.


Embroidery is a decorative technique that involves the use of needle and thread to create intricate designs on fabric. It involves the use of a sewing machine or hand-sewing to add colorful threads, sequins, and beads to fabric to create a design. This traditional craft has been around for centuries and is still a popular way to add a personal touch to clothing, accessories, and household items. With the latest technological advancements, the embroidery process has become faster and more precise, making it easier for artists to create intricate designs.


Rhinestone-works is a process that involves decorating fabric with small, flat-backed stones. These stones, often made of glass or acrylic, are applied using a special adhesive and can be arranged in a variety of patterns and designs. The process requires a keen eye for detail and precision to ensure the stones are placed accurately and securely, resulting in a dazzling, eye-catching finish. Rhinestone-works can be applied to a range of fabrics, including clothing, accessories, and home decor items, making it a versatile and sought-after art form


The stitch-bonding process involves bonding yarn layers, webs or flat substrates by means of a system of stitches. In the process, rows of needles move together to pierce the substrate being processed to form stitches..


Packaging has developed special, high-performance moisture barriers for the packaging of textile products and ready for shipping.