Bombay Rayon Fashion Textiles


BRFL Textiles Private Limited has the vision to be the preferred choice of global & domestic garment brands & manufacturers as well as for fabric retailers & end consumers for linen, cotton, and viscose blended fabrics by passionately serving them, with world-class consistent quality, innovative products & designs and thereby delivering superior value to all our stakeholders.

Fabric Manufacturer
Giza Classe
Fabric Manufacturer in India
BRFL, Bombay Rayon Fashion

Who we are

BRFL Textiles Private Limited (BTPL) is a fabric processing company that houses the largest single-roof fabric processing unit in India at Tarapur, Maharashtra, with 400,000 meters per day capacity.

We are engaged in manufacturing a wide range of fabrics such as cotton, linen, giza cotton, viscose, polyester, tencel, modal, lycra, along with their blends under our brands, viz. Bombay Rayon, BRFL, LinenVogue - La Classe`, Giza Classe`, Dickens & Browne and others.

We are one of the most sought-after fabric manufacturers with a strong presence in the B2B and B2C space along with long-standing relations with leading global as well as domestic apparels brands. On the domestic branded fabrics sales front, our distribution network is spread across our own EBOs, with over 100 distributors and over 8000 retailers.

With our in-house design, R&D and sampling, we offer differentiated and superior quality products, in a timely manner. Our forte is quality, design, innovation, and short timelines. The raw materials go through a strict process of quality check before being processed in one of the most technically advanced European machinery in India. After an intricate process of fabric crafting in our state-of-the-art infrastructure, our experts test each and every fabric before they are released from the factory.

We are committed to ‘Make in India’ and export our products to take advantage of the “China plus One” strategy, prompting global firms to diversify their sourcing away from China to India. The strengths of the Indian textile & apparel industry lies in the availability of raw material (especially cotton), cost competitiveness, and the presence of the entire value chain, while its weakness lies in limited availability of organized quality fabric processors of scale. We, being one of the top Indian textile suppliers, are uniquely positioned to take advantage of this comparative positioning of India through our large processing capability.

Bombay Rayon Fashion Pioneers Sustainability

Here is How Bombay Rayon Fashion Textiles Pvt. Ltd. Pioneers Sustainability

The World Environment Day is just around the corner. Every year, June 5th serves as a reminder that there is no Planet B. And every year trees are planted, beaches are cleaned up, and awareness campaigns are organised across the globe to celebrate this day. But sustainability is not a one-day mission. Not at Bombay Rayon Fashion Textiles Pvt. Ltd. (BTPL). Here, sustainability is a process that is at the very core of the organisation’s ethics. We have not only identified the environment issues that plague the textile industry, but also set new sustainability benchmarks across the industry using state-of-the-art processes, enabling a more sustainable future for our vast global customer base.

Water-conservation is our top priority

AT BTPL, all measures are taken in order to maximise efficient water usage. In an industry first, we have introduced a new sulphur dyeing process; a continuous dyeing method that does not require any water, allowing a reduced water requirement. Most of the reactive dyes in the plant are produced with an e-control process which reduces the amount of salt generation, thereby reducing the amount of total dissolved solids (or TDS) in the water.

The reverse osmosis unit at the Tarapur plant currently has a capacity to reuse 50% of the effluent water, equipping the unit to recycle up to 4 million litres of water per day. And this is just the beginning; the company aspires to increase this capacity to a 90% in the next few months which would enable the plant to recycle up to 7.2 million litres of water every day.