About Us

At DAC Clothing Pvt. Ltd, we specialize in the manufacture of a wide range of fabrics – woven, knits and finished garments for men, women, children and infants. As an umbrella organization, DAC Clothing Pvt. Ltd comprises many factories under it. The key purpose of this organization is to provide an array of sustainable textile products under one roof. Every possible measure is taken to ensure that the materials and products we manufacture are the safest and of the highest quality. We choose materials for green credentials in production and processing.

DAC Clothing Pvt. Ltd was established in July 2011. However, the parent company has been operational since 1978. Our factories are GOTS, Oeko-tex, SA8000 and EFF certified. We conform to the highest quality standards I, production and take responsibility for employee welfare as well as environmental issues.




The first factory was established in 1978 and specializes in manufacturing a wide range of woven fabrics (using weaving techniques) and finished garments. Today, it employs more than 2000 workers and makes a variety of garments like shirts, trousers, dresses, jackets, pajamas, sports wear, uniforms, night wear, etc.






Our knitwear factory located at Tirupur was established in 1983. Knits are more flexible than woven fabrics and our specialized machines can make knits like T-shirts, Polos, dresses, tops, etc., are manufactured at this facility. These fabrics are highly durable and versatile. The facility has in-house knitting machines to facilitate quick production.






At our denim factory, the finest of denim fabrics are being manufactured and exported worldwide. The finished products include denim shirts, jeans, denim jackets for men, women and children. Our denim products are manufactured with the highest standards. The dyes used are Azo-free, non toxic, and formaldehyde-free. Oxy bleach is only used for selective processing. Metal accessories and zippers used are nickel and heavy metal free. This facility employs over 1500 workers.






Sweaters are knitted garments. It comprises pullovers, woolens and can be fastened with zippers or buttons and buckles. They are great garments for cold weather. Our sweater factory was established in 1995. Winter wear sweaters, knitted jackets, hoodies, cardigans, jumpers, sweatshirts, scarves, etc are produced at this facility. Special knitting like Jacquard and Dobby are produced in-house as well.






Linens are fibers produced from Flax plants. Their specialty is coolness in hot weather and heat retention in cold climate. The household linen factory was set up in 1997. Bed linen, pillow cases, laundry bags, duvet covers, kitchen towels, aprons, bath towels, home furnishing, etc., are a part of the manufacturing line of this factory.


Our company has always been motivated to support the environment and promote its green credentials. The materials we use are deeply important to us and beyond our own processes, we look back to our suppliers, and those who supply to them to make sure that all materials are environment-friendly.




Our manufacturing mission has been to keep a chain of suppliers transparent to traders and customers, listing any certifications we acquire or progressions we make in the field of ethical sourcing and production. We use only suppliers with traceable sources, imperative to verifying a truly ethical product line. Our products are GOTS Certified.



As an established SA8000 certified manufacturer who conforms to the highest standards of employee welfare and environmental policies, we meet the required labour standards. We are involved in schemes for "Employee support" for local communities including housing facilities, education and healthcare.

Personal employee development programmes such as seminars and trainings are conducted to contribute to further support. In addition to this, we run a school for our employees' children and coordinate activities like sporting events. We provide schemes for workers’ satisfaction, supporting employees internally with grievance services and firefighting services for their communities.



  • Nominal working hours
  • Nominal living wages
  • Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
  • Use of contract labour
  • Against Child labour and forced labour
  • Against discrimination and harassment



  • SA8000
  • GOTS
  • NABL
  • ISO 14001
  • OekoTex 100 Class
  • EFF