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Sahiba launches online shopping portal
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Nov '15
Yashiki Gumber
Yashiki Gumber
The Sahiba Group, one of the pioneers in the textile manufacturing business in India, specialising in the development of textile design, has launched an online shopping portal www.eSahiba.com to sell sarees, suits and leggings for women directly to its customers.

Engaged in textile business for the last 35 years, the Surat based Sahiba Limited has been catering to the ever-growing demands of the clothing and fashion industry, while simultaneously striving towards becoming a market leader in the manufacturing of fabrics.

With its modern equipment, expert staff, and advanced computerised systems, the company provides leading services to the fabric industry and the garment trade in India and abroad.

The company's Palsana (Surat) unit has the complete production process for embroidery, garment manufacturing, weaving, dyeing and finishing using the state-of-the-art machinery.

“We are all geared up to enhance our productivity in the global marketplace and well prepared for future trends, having a strength of experienced and thorough professionals of 5,000 members,” Yashiki Gumber, director of Sahiba Group of companies told Fibre2Fashion.com.

“Our new portal eSahiba.com is a digital extension of our 'Fibre to Fashion' story. The Sahiba House incorporates the world's biggest Digital Printing Studio. This has helped us register Sahiba as a synonym of style, panache and quality in the world of fashion,” adds Gumber.

Sahiba currently serves several markets and every age group with its team of fashion designers from India, Pakistan and other countries who exclusively design for the brand.

Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez is currently the face of Sahiba sarees collection while the Canadian born Punjabi actress Neeru Bajwa is the official brand ambassador for the suits brand. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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