Multan Fabrics Pvt Limited


Tel: +92 61 111-181-181



The raw material for knitting is collected from Mahmood Spinning Unit. Processes like spinning and cotton ginning are carried out at the ginning factory owned by Mahmood group. The cotton, which is utilized for ginning, is procured from the personally owned farms of Mahmood Group. These farms comprise the land of more than 400 acres and openly project the paradigm of “Farm to Product”.


After the completion of the knitting process, the fabrics are then dyed in multiple unique colours. This doesn’t just provide our customers with exceptional diversity but also, revamps our identity while adhering to the unparalleled quality. Currently dyeing process is outsourced but our aim to possess in-house dyeing machines by 2025.


The dyeing process is then succeeded by ‘cutting’. The fabrics are cut with the latest auto-cutting machines with three spreaders which have a capacity of around 12k -15k fabric daily.



The in-house embroidery machines have an unmatched capability to create countless different embellishment designs. The day-to-day embroidery capacity ranges around 2k – 5k pieces depending on the size of a specific fabric.


We have two in-house table printing halls, which have a production capacity of 6k – 10k pieces daily. Different types of prints are produced here, both by manual settings and digital data processing.


There are three separate stitching floors with 10 lines each, in our stitching units. Every unit is fully equipped with 460+ state-of-the-art automatic, semi-automatic, and manual machines. The workforce of Multan Fabrics comprises both skilled and semi-skilled workers who possess a production capacity of an estimated 250k -30k pieces every month.

Finishing & Packing

The Finishing team ensures the final products are thoroughly inspected for any problematic factors, before giving the conclusive approval. Vacuum press-tables help to improve the organization & specification of garments. Before packing the garments, they are always passed through needle detector machines to avoid the risk of getting nicks and cuts. Approximately 10k – 12k pieces are finished and packed on a daily basis.