At KETER, we are a leading textile manufacturing company specialized in providing comprehensive services in fabric weaving, dyeing, and garment manufacturing. With a solid market experience and an unwavering commitment to quality, we take pride in being industry leaders in the textile sector.

Our team of textile experts is dedicated to providing customized solutions to meet the unique needs of our clients. We specialize in producing high-quality fabrics, adapting to the latest design trends and utilizing cutting-edge technology to ensure exceptional results.

As part of our full-service approach, we also offer fabric manufacturing. From cutting and sewing to finishing and quality control, we pay attention to every detail to ensure that the final products meet the highest standards. Our highly skilled team ensures that each garment is crafted with precision and meticulousness.

In addition to our fabric weaving, dyeing, and garment manufacturing services, we differentiate ourselves by offering on-site delivery. We recognize that logistical efficiency is crucial in the textile industry, so we take care to ensure that our products are delivered directly to the desired location for our clients. Whether it's a retail store, a warehouse, or any other site, we ensure that our products arrive on time and in perfect condition.

Garment Manufacturing

Our commitment to excellence is reflected in every stage of the process. From cutting and sewing to finishing and quality control, we pay attention to every detail to ensure that the final products meet the highest standards of quality and durability.

Fabric Handling: Jersey, all ribs, interlock, Lycra, Blas, Piqué, Thermal, Polar, Knit, and Light denim.

he process of garment production and textile manufacturing in a maquiladora involves several systematic and efficient stages:

Pre-production: The first stage involves creating patterns for the garments. Patterns are paper or digital templates that represent the different parts of the garment, such as the front, back, sleeves, among others. These patterns are created by designers and pattern specialists, taking into account the measurements and design of the garment.

Fabric cutting: Once the patterns are ready, the fabric cutting process begins. Layers of fabric are spread on cutting tables, and the patterns are placed on top. Using cutting tools such as blades or automated cutting machines, the fabric pieces are accurately cut following the contours of the patterns. This process ensures that the fabric pieces fit perfectly when assembled.

Assembly: After cutting, the fabric pieces move to the assembly stage. Here, different parts of the garment are joined together using sewing techniques. Industrial sewing machines and skilled personnel handle sewing the seams, attaching zippers, buttons, elastics, or any other required elements. Attention to detail and constant quality checks are essential during this stage to ensure the stitching meets high standards.

Finishing: Following assembly, the garments go through the finishing stage. Various processes are carried out, including seam finishing, garment ironing to remove wrinkles and give them a polished appearance, attaching labels, visual inspection to identify potential defects, and adding any additional details such as embellishments or appliques.

Quality control: Throughout the entire production process, rigorous quality control is implemented. Garments are inspected to ensure they meet the established quality standards. Measurements, seams, finishes, and other relevant aspects are verified to ensure the garments are defect-free and of high quality.

Packaging and shipping: Once the garments pass the quality control, they are prepared for packaging. The garments are carefully folded or rolled, placed in bags or boxes, and labeled with the appropriate information. They are then prepared for shipping to retail stores, warehouses, or directly to customers. Logistics processes are coordinated to ensure timely and accurate delivery of the garments.

Capacity: 100 000 pz / week

Fabric Weaving

We have a wide range of looms and advanced machinery that allows us to produce fabrics of different types, from soft and delicate to strong and durable. Our team of highly skilled designers and technicians oversees the entire process to ensure that each thread meets the highest standards.

The fabric weaving process with state-of-the-art machines combines advanced technology and precision to efficiently create high-quality fabrics. The following are the key stages of this process:

  • Preparation and Design: The process begins with the preparation of the yarns and the design of the fabric. Yarns can be made from different materials such as cotton, polyester, linen, silk, among others. The yarns are wound into bobbins and loaded onto the weaving machines.
  • Setup and Adjustment: State-of-the-art weaving machines feature computerized systems that allow for precise adjustments. The yarns are passed through guides and placed on the looms according to the desired design. The tension of the yarns and other parameters are adjusted to ensure uniform weaving.
  • Weaving: Once the yarns are ready, the weaving process begins. Modern machines use automated and programmable systems to weave the yarns into fabric. The warp (lengthwise) and weft (crosswise) threads are interlaced in specific patterns, creating the structure and design of the fabric.
  • Quality Control: During the weaving process, the quality of the fabric is continuously monitored. Modern machines are equipped with sensors and detection systems that detect and correct any irregularities in the weaving. Visual inspections and strength tests are conducted to ensure that the fabric meets the established quality standards.

Capacity: 100 Tn / month


We offer dyeing services that stand out for their precision and wide range of colors. We have modern facilities and use high-quality dyes that are environmentally friendly.

Our team of experienced colorists works closely with our clients to achieve the desired shades and finishes, always exceeding their expectations.

The textile dyeing process in a factory involves several stages that are carried out carefully and precisely. The following is a detailed description of this process:

Fabric Preparation: Before dyeing begins, it is necessary to prepare the fabric. This involves washing and cleaning the fabric to remove any impurities, dirt, or previous treatments that may affect the dyeing process.

Dye Preparation: Next, the dyes that will be used in the dyeing process are prepared. The dyes can be liquids, powders, or pastes, and are selected based on the type of fiber and desired color. The specific instructions from the manufacturer are followed to prepare the proper concentration of dye, and necessary additives such as fixatives or auxiliary chemicals are adjusted.

Dye Bath Preparation: Dye baths, which are large containers filled with hot water and the previously prepared dyes, are prepared. The baths are heated to the appropriate temperature based on the type of fabric and dye used. Additionally, auxiliary chemicals such as dispersants or pH regulators may be added to improve the dyeing process.

Fabric Immersion: Once the dye baths are ready, the fabric is immersed in them. It is constantly agitated to ensure an even distribution of the dye throughout the fabric. The duration of immersion depends on the type of fabric, desired color, and other factors, and is carefully controlled to achieve the proper shade.

Temperature and Time Control: During the dyeing process, the temperature of the dye bath and the immersion time are rigorously monitored and controlled. These parameters are critical for obtaining a uniform color and ensuring dye fastness in the fabric. The dyeing time can vary from a few minutes to several hours, depending on the required specifications.

Rinsing and Fixation: Once the dyeing time is complete, the fabric is removed from the bath and rinsed in clean water to remove excess dye. It is then subjected to a fixation process, which may involve the use of fixing chemicals or exposure to specific temperatures. Fixation helps ensure that the dye color remains resistant to washing and sunlight.

Final Washing and Drying: After fixation, the fabric undergoes a final washing to remove any residual dye or chemicals. Clean water is used, and in some cases, softeners or additional finishing products may be added. Once washed, the fabric is dried, either outdoors or in industrial dryers, depending on the facilities available in the factory.

Quality Control and Finishing: Before completing the process, a thorough quality control is conducted to check the color, dye fastness, and overall quality of the dyed fabric. Any necessary adjustments or corrections are made at this stage. Finally, the fabric is finished according to the desired specifications, which may include ironing, folding, or other finishing touches.

Capacity: 100 Tons/month

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