Alok Industries

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Alok Industries Limited
Company typePublic
Founded1986; 38 years ago (1986)
FounderSurendra Jiwrajka
Key people
RevenueIncrease 7,150.91 crore (US$900 million) (2022)
Increase 611.61 crore (US$77 million) (2022)
Increase −209 crore (US$−26 million) (2022)
Total assetsDecrease 7,934.54 crore (US$990 million) (2022)
Total equityIncrease496.53 crore (US$62 million) (2022)
Number of employees
26231 (2022)
ParentReliance Industries
  • Alok Infrastructure Limited
  • Alok Worldwide Limited
  • Alok International (Middle East) FZE
  • Alok Singapore Pte Limited
  • Alok International Inc
  • Alok Global Trading (Middle East) FZE (business license cancelled on 12th September, 2017)
  • Mileta a.s
RatingCARE AA (CE)

Alok Industries Limited, is an Indian Textile manufacturing company based in Mumbai. It Is Owned By Reliance Industries . Alok Industries Limited is one of India’s largest vertically integrated textile company offering end-to-end solutions through its five core divisions: Home Textiles, Cotton Yarn, Apparel Fabric, Garments, Technical Textiles, Textile Accessories and Polyester Yarn. Its main business involves weaving, knitting, processing, home textiles, ready made garments and polyester yarns. It exports 26% of its products to over 90 countries in the US, Europe, South America, Asia and Africa. It's customer base includes multiple renowned brands like Levi's , Walmart , Zara , Calvin Klein , H&M, Tommy Hilfiger , PVH , Tesco , Costco Wholesale , Bestseller , Bershka , Kohl's , NEXT , Pull&Bear , Reliance Retail And Many More. Alok Industries Also Have A Majority stake in a Czech republic incorporated textile company Mileta which supply its product across the europe region. The export represents 90% of the entire production. Alok Industries have Global Organic Textiles (GOTS), OEKOTEX, Made In Green, Fairtrade, Egyptian Cotton certified, amongst others. including (ISO 9001), Environment Management System (ISO 18001), Occupational Health and Safety System (OHSAS 45001), MADE IN GREEN - STeP certification, and OKEOTEX 100.


Founded in 1986 as a private limited company. In 1989, the inauguration of Their first polyester texturizing plant marked a significant milestone, By 1993, They had transitioned into a public limited company.

Over the decades, They have diversified into weaving, knitting, processing, home textiles, and garments.


Alok Industries has shutdown all its direct retail stores(Store 21, H&A). However, they have started selling Some Of their products On Their parent Reliance backed Ajio And Amazon. They Also Supply Their Products To Reliance Retail


. As per the latest Annual Report (2022), total sales of the Company increased by 91.44% to Rs. 7,150.91 crore from Rs. 3,735.31 crore in the previous year. Domestic sales increased by 96.22% to Rs. 5,451.37 crore from Rs. 2,778.11 crore in the previous year. Export sales increased by 77.55% to Rs. 1,699.54 crore from Rs. 957.20 crore in previous year. Operating EBITDA (before exceptional items) was positive at Rs. 611.61 crore as compared to negative EBITDA (before exceptional items) of Rs. 432.63 crore in the previous year. Operating Profit Before Tax (PBT) (before exceptional items) was negative at Rs. 184.18 crore as compared to negative PBT (before exceptional items) of Rs. 1,190.78 crore in the previous year.

Alok’s export business has increased to Rs. 1699.54 crore in the current year as against Rs. 957.20 crore in the previous period representing growth of 77.55%.

Share Holding[edit]

Reliance Industries Hold 40.01% Stake While JM Financial (Acting As PAC with RIL) Through Its Subsidiary Holds 35% Stake In It. Reliance Industries also have 9% optionally convertible preference shares and Non Convertible redeemable preference shares worth 3300 crores. making it a subsidiary of Reliance.

The paid-up Share Capital of the Company as on 31 March 2022 was 496.52 crore shares of Rs. 1/- each.


  1. ^ "Alok Industrial Limited – Integrated Textile Solutions". Archived from the original on 10 October 2010. Retrieved 29 September 2010.

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