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Top Five Textile Companies in Nigeria

The textile industry used to be Nigeria’s largest employer and has long been a prominent component in the country’s manufacturing sector. Before 1997, Nigeria had the second-largest textile industry in Africa, after Egypt, with over 250 active factories.

However, due to insufficient power supply, contradictory government policies, extensive smuggling of imported textiles, insecurity, and other factors, the textile sector has ceased to be a significant contributor to foreign exchange profits and employment generation in Nigeria. Nonetheless, Nigeria has some textile enterprises that make high-quality and fashionable textiles. In the following essay, the top five Nigerian textile companies are introduced.

• Sunflag

http://sunflag-ng.com/textile/index.html
Sunflag is one of West Africa’s largest home textiles companies established in 1961. From ginning to spinning, weaving, and finishing, it is totally integrated. This company offers a wide range of products, including school uniforms, workwear uniforms, knitted fabrics, jacquard fabrics, towels, bedsheets, foam covers, sewing threads, spun yarns, and filament yarns. Sunflag is a successful Nigerian-based business, which has expanded and diversified its textile to steel industry activities by constructing two steel plants, Sunflag Steel Nigeria Limited and Sagamu Steel Ltd.

Source: www.sunflag-ng.com

 

• African Textile Manufacturers

http://www.atmng.com/
Founded in 1998, African Textiles Manufacturers Ltd (ATM) is one of Nigeria’s leading textile enterprises. It is a market leader in the manufacturing of high-quality indigenous textiles, with plans to fulfill rising domestic demand as well as export to the West African sub-region. Spinning, weaving, dyeing, printing, and finishing are among the company’s textile operations.

The African Textiles Manufacturers receive raw materials from its affiliate companies as well as the world’s most well-known manufacturers. The company is outfitted with cutting-edge textile machinery from industry experts. African Textile Manufacturers apparel has earned widespread popularity in Nigeria and throughout West Africa’s regional markets, where it has remained prominent for many years. The consistent growth of this brand is carefully guarded by the company’s management team, skilled engineers, and quality control laboratory specialists.

http://www.atmng.com/

 

 

• Da Viva

https://www.da-viva.com/
Da Viva is a well-known Nigerian apparel brand that aims to drive African fashion on a global scale. Da Viva has reaffirmed its commitment to developing Africa’s fashion sector through collaborations and sponsorship for key fashion events and initiatives, such as African Fashion Week Nigeria/London, Kinabuti, and FADAN. This brand combines original designs with the brilliant colors of traditional African fabrics. DA Viva fabrics have a wide range of themes, colors, and designs that are inspired by the world’s purest traditions

source: https://www.da-viva.com/

 

 

• Woollen and Synthetic Textile Manufacturing


https://wstm.ng/
Woollen and Synthetic Textile Manufacturing is another top Nigerian company producing exquisite quality textile goods according to global standards. The company is equipped with modern machinery. Towels, mattress covers, bedsheets, curtains, military uniforms, and police uniforms are among the company’s offerings.

Woollen and Synthetic Textile Manufacturing has risen to the top of the Nigerian manufacturing industry, attracting famous corporations as clients. This group announces its mission as “Setting a trend in the textile industry that can deliver quality value to our business partners through innovative technology with an efficient workforce and fulfill social, ethical and environmental responsibilities”.

 

• Femro3

http://www.femro3.com/
Femro 3 Nigeria Limited is an integrated textile manufacturing company established in 1985. Its textile activities include fabric knitting, fabric printing, and garment production. The company knits its own fabric in accordance with international standards and customer needs. High-quality T-shirts, caps, bags, and jackets are among the products offered by the Femro 3 group.

 

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