Raymond’s passion for denim started in 1996 with state-of-the-art denim fabric manufacturing facility, in collaboration with an Italian denim major. In 2006, Raymond entered into a joint venture with Belgian denim major UCO NV with a vision to mark worldwide presence.

Spread over 169 acres, the denim fabric manufacturing facility is strategically located in the heart of the cotton belt in India – city named Yavatmal. With fabric manufacturing capacity of up to 44 Million meters per annum, and 2.75 Million pieces per annum of denim garments this facility today has turned out to be one of the most versatile, flexible and vertically integrated denim manufacturing facility in India.

The company is committed to delivering best-in-class denim products and garmenting related solutions.

As a trusted and preferred partner for leading global and Indian denim brands, RaymondUCO is scaling its global presence to greater heights in the denim world.

We believe in responsible growth and development. We will strive to remain “best-in-class” in sustainable innovations. - Arvind Mathur, CEO, Raymond UCO Denim


1996 Beginning of the denim journey in partnership with ‘Calitri’, Italy.
2000 Became 100% Raymond owned business.
2001 Doubled Slasher dyeing capacity
2004 Enhanced weaving capacity with addition of looms.
2008 Widened product portfolio with heritage Selvedge denims.
2008 Added new finish possibilities with Continuous Dyeing Range (CDR)
2006 Joint Venture (50:50) with UCO Nv, Belgium.
2005 Established Garmenting unit in Bengaluru. Adopted Rope dyeing technology in Fabric unit.
2011 Augmented Rope dyeing capacity.
2013 Adopted core spinning technology.
2014 Introduced creative weave patterns with jacquard and dobby looms.
2015 Expanded capacity in Garmenting Unit. Value addition to fabric line with peaching & brushing technology.
2020 Replaced pumice stones with hand-made stones in laundry to reduce ETP sludge .
2018 Expanded laundry facility in garmenting unit.
2017 Value addition to product portfolio with multi-color printing technology.
2016 Added third slasher dyeing line. Introduced G2 Ozone Technology and Laser Technology in garmenting unit.