Harpar Textile was established in 1947 by the founder Late Harbans Singh Pahwa with the dedication and foresightedness of the promoters it became the leaders in textile.
Over the period the group turned it self into a leader in the textile in Domestic and International Market.
At present it is having more than half a century of experience in this field and has number of satisfied customers. Harpar Textile is committed towards providing the best quality, best services with timely delivery.Read More
Harpar Textile have successfully integrated a vertical business model ranging from yarns to fabrics. At the same time, we have adapted state of art technologies and have continuously innovated through a common vision of excellence and professionalism. The group has carved its name in the core business of textiles while standing on firm beliefs, values and quality standards
We are highly ethical in our practices and are highly motivated to meet our commitments and targets. We constantly strive to add value to our customer's business by providing them with superior quality products at competitive prices. Quality is the cornerstone of our success; Innovation in our products is a non-negotiable priority for us.
We are also committed towards imbibing social values in our employees. We believe that our success is directly related to the growth of the society. As a socially responsible organization, we periodically organize blood donation camps and hold medical awareness seminars to educate people about common health practices. Not forgetting the importance of education, we strive to provide suitable financial assistance to needy students through our charitable trusts.
In the end, I must acknowledge and appreciate the continuous and untiring efforts of the Harpar members and our customers for their never-ending support in shaping the performance of the company and enabling the group to reach its present position. I believe that their continuous endeavors will assist the organization to achieve new heights every day
Harpar Textile industry plays a pivotal role in providing one of the most basic needs of people–clothing. It is not only second largest employment provider after agriculture, but is one of the critical drivers of Indian economy.