Hammerlene

About Us

Established in 1987, Sonale Fabrics Pvt. Ltd. was from the onset engaged into the business of manufacturing Shirting and Suiting fabrics. Over the years, gaining experience, knowledge and expertise, it is now a highly specialized company in manufacturing fabrics under the brand name Hammerlene.

We are a young company that firmly believes in its values and adheres to its ethics. From eye-catchy designs, super soft touch, excellent colors & textures to a distinguished corporate feel. We are known for our dynamic product range.Supplying premium quality fabrics to all leading companies, whole sellers, retailers, exporters and institutional fabrics to schools and MNC's in India and abroad.

Sonale Fabrics Pvt. Ltd. provides its customers and clients with superior quality fabrics in a wide variety of options with quality ranging from 100% Cotton, Polyester, Viscose, Linen, Polyester-Cotton, Polyester-Viscose, Cotton-Linen and many other blended fabrics.In accordance to fabric type, quality and colour blends, designs ranging from Solids, Stripes, Checks, Embroidery, Print, flax, etc. are provided with intricate weaves such as the Poplin, Oxford, Twill, Satin, Swade, Herringbone and many more.

The Company's production capacity is over 7 million meters per annum. The company has a track record of expanding, modernizing and diversifying its activities from time to time keeping in view the increasing demands, quality expectation of the customers, changing market requirements etc.

Our only sales policy is "CUSTOMER SATISFACTION" in terms of our innovative qualities, designs, finishes, and value addition.

With such great repute and client base, the company has set two exceedingly high state of the art manufacturing units in Sonale village, in the outskirts of mumbai. The Units includes in house CAD equipped designing studio with in house designers and machines such as the Traditional looms, Swiss made Sulzer looms, German made Rapier looms, Japanese Embroidery machines as well as machineries for in house consumption in yarn.