Basic Infrastructure

The sukh enterprises relies on a basic infrastructure that supports the production and distribution of knitted goods. Knitting machines are the primary tools used in the industry to produce knitted fabrics and garments. These machines vary in size and complexity, ranging from manual or semi-automatic machines used in small-scale operations to fully automated, computer-controlled machines used in large-scale manufacturing.


Knitting is a versatile craft that involves creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn with knitting needles or a knitting machine. The process of knitting typically involves casting stitches onto the needles, working with different knitting techniques such as knit and purl stitches, and manipulating the yarn to create various patterns and textures.

Yarn Dyeing Facility

It is an integral part of the knitting industry and plays a crucial role in the production of colorful and vibrant yarn for various applications, such as knitting, weaving, and crocheting. The process of yarn dyeing involves immersing the yarn in dye baths or applying dyeing techniques to achieve the desired color. The facility typically consists of various equipment and machinery designed specifically for dyeing operations, including dye vats or dyeing machines, temperature control systems, and drying equipment.

Product Design & Development

Product design and development is a process that involves creating new products or improving existing ones to meet the needs and preferences of consumers. It encompasses various stages from ideation and concept development to the final manufacturing and launch of the product. Cross-functional teams collaborate, including designers, engineers, marketers, and project managers, to ensure the successful creation of a desirable and marketable product. 

Quality Assurance & In-House Laboratory

Quality assurance (QA) and an in-house laboratory are essential components of ensuring product quality and meeting standards in various industries. It involves quality planning, control, management systems, documentation, training, and continuous improvement. However, establishing and maintaining an in-house laboratory requires investment in equipment, skilled personnel, and compliance with regulatory standards, while providing valuable support to overall quality assurance efforts.