Best Textile Companies in Kenya

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We found 176 companies

Spin-Knit Limited

P.O. Box 1478-20100 Nakuru, Nakuru
Spin-Knit Limited is the leading Textile manufacturer in Kenya with manufacturing facilities of 100% Acrylic Hand Knitting yarn, Machine Knitting Yarn, Knitwear, Fashion-wear & Blankets. Market leader...
 Verified+5  Years with us

Thika Cloth Mills Ltd

Factory Rd, Thika
Thika Cloth Mills Ltd is renowned for the quality and consistency of its fabrics and textiles.

Bedi Investments

Lower Bedi Rd, Kiambu
We would like to introduce ourselves as the largest leading manufacturer of poly/viscose yarns, uniform fabrics, school fabrics, suiting fabrics and apparel based in Nakuru Kenya. We are currently the...
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Floor Nigeria

42 Olowu Street, Off Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria., Langata
Floor Nigeria is a best company for high-quality flooring related products. We have the widest selection of laminate flooring online from cheap laminate flooring to high-quality laminate flooring as w...
 Verified+4  Years with us


P.O. Box 41627 Kitui Road, Industrial Area, Nairobi
Sunflag Textile & Knitwear Mills Ltd is located at Sunflag Textile & Knitwear Mills Ltd Premises along P.O. Box 41627 Kitui Road, Industrial Area, Nairobi. Sunflag Textile & Knitwear Mills Ltd deals i...

Ken Knit

P.O.BOX 142, Eldoret
Ken-Knit (Kenya) Ltd. is the first, fully integrated textile manufacturing company in East and Central Africa, based in Eldoret, Kenya (320 Km North West of Nairobi). For almost 60 years now, the Ken-...
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Rivatex (East Africa) Ltd

Kipkaren Rd South, 4744-30100 , Eldoret
Rivatex East Africa Limited is reputed as the home of quality textile products both locally and regionally. The company has however been facing machinery and obsolete technology challenges which has h...
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Spinners & Spinners Ltd

Ruiru Kamiti Road, Ruiru
Based in Kenya, and established in 1979, S&S is a heritage company that has deep roots in entrepreneurship within the region.

Kawa Garments Ltd

1496-00515 Buru Buru, Nairobi
Kawa Garments Limited is an experienced and respected provider of uniforms, safety wear, and promotional items. Our expertise in the industry is unparalleled, making us a reliable partner for our cust...

What Works Digital

WorkShop Road, Nairobi
We print in bulk (Legal documents, assignments, informal books) We also do bulk photocopying. Send your printing/photocopy documents via Email, and you can pick at our shop or we deliver to your resid...
 Verified+10  Years with us

The Cozy Pillow Shop

P.O Box 73815-00200, Nairobi
The Cozy Pillow Shop is a one stop shopping spot for all your pillow needs. We sell carefully made Hollow Fibre pillows made from 100% Pure Virgin Polyester. The polyester is vacuum pressed and silico...
 Verified+9  Years with us

Nyanza Woollen Shop Ltd

Odera St, 577-40100, Kisumu
Nyanza Woollen Shop Ltd is a family owned business. We are a private owned distribution business for over 50 years. We started functioning from 1970 as a textile business. Hence the name "Woollen". We...


P.O.BOX 18160, Nairobi

Binzhou Group Co.,Ltd

We are Binzhou Group Co.,Ltd,a group company located in China. For Africa, we have various kinds of textile products as below, 1. Binta wax: 28*28 90*70 2. Quail wax: 28*28 90*70 /24*21 72*60 3. Khang...
 Verified+12  Years with us

Summit Fibres Ltd

Unga St Off Shimanzi Rd, 99559-80100 , Mombasa

Kega Fashions (K) Ltd

Ondiri Rd, 385-00902 Kikuyu, Kiambu
We are manufacturers of high quality lingerie. Our products range from Camisoles, Nighties to petticoats, bras and so much more.


P.O.BOX 78281, Nairobi
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Textile in Kenya is an important industry that has a long history and plays a major role in the country's economy. The industry has been around for centuries and is an important part of Kenyan culture. It is estimated that the textile sector contributes about 5% to the country’s GDP, making it one of the largest industries in the country. The sector is mainly composed of small-scale producers, who are mostly located in the rural areas.

The textile industry in Kenya is mainly focused on the production of cotton and wool fabrics, although other materials such as jute, sisal, and leather are also produced. The majority of the production is exported, and the largest importers are the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany. The industry is highly competitive, and as such, costs are kept low. The sector has also seen some growth in recent years, as the demand for African-made textiles has increased.

In addition to production, the textile industry in Kenya also provides employment opportunities for a large number of people. It is estimated that over 8 million people are employed in the sector, with the majority of those employed being women. This provides an important source of income for many families and helps to reduce poverty in the country.

In conclusion, the textile industry in Kenya is an important part of the country's economy and culture. It provides employment opportunities, helps to reduce poverty, and is an important source of export income. The industry will