Presentation on theme: "LAWRENCEPUR. History During the British rule in the late 19th century, Sir John Lawrence, the military commander of the frontier province established."— Presentation transcript:
History During the British rule in the late 19th century, Sir John Lawrence, the military commander of the frontier province established a military garrison at Dawoodpur to protect British India borders from fierce Afghans. Two years after independence from the British in 1947, this garrison became the Lawrencepur Woolen and Textile Mills and became operational in 1954.
History (cont…) Lawrencepur has been an innovator in elegant dressing after its inception in 1954 and ever since, has been undisputedly the only mills in the country to have the consistent quality production of wool and wool-blended fabrics. Initially, Lawrencepur produced yarn for hand knotted carpets, blankets for the armed forces, woolen over coatings, tweed and worsted for the local consumer market. In 1960, however, Dawood Group took over the Mills and it was incorporated as public limited company. In 1992, Lawrencepur expanded its operation to include garment manufacturing; so to provide its customer with fabrics as well as value-added garments.
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Sub-Brands Pure Wool/ S100 Pure Wool/ S70 Poly Wool Tweed Lyla
Pure Wool/ S100 Cool Wool Italian Suiting
Pure Wool/ S100(cont…) Bellini
Pure Wool/ S100(cont…) Gaberdine
Pure Wool/ S70 Superior Light weight Suiting
Pure Wool/ S70(cont…) Savana
Pure Wool/ S70(cont…) Superior Serge
Poly Wool Tropical (Plain)
Poly Wool (cont…) Tropical (Design)
Prices TypePer Meter Price (RS) Pure Wool/ S100 Cool Wool Italian Suiting 900 Bellini 1050 Gaberdine 1250 Pure Wool/ S70 Superior Light weight Suiting 600 Savana 850 Superior Serge 775 Poly Wool Tropical (Plain) 450 Tropical (Design) 475 Tweed 575 Lyla 495
Production And Distribution Plant Location Lawrencepur Textile Mills, Dawoodpur. Stitching Units Outlets Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Abbottabad, Gujrat, Gujranwala, Haripur, Hyderabad, Jehlum, Multan, Rawalpindi, Sukkar and Wah Cantt.
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Resources/References Fayyaz Nazeer, In charge male section at Saleem Fabrics. Khawaja Khaleel, In charge female section at Saleem Fabrics.