Interloop to Increase Capacity, Efficiency and Sustainability with New Apparel Park Complex

Interloop’s $300 million plan to scale up both depth and breadth is taking shape.

In 2021, the wholly integrated Pakistan manufacturer debuted its Vision 2025 goal: to become a full family clothing partner of choice, led by a unified multi-category strategy. Today, with 30,000-plus employees worldwide across eight manufacturing facilities in South Asia and sales and sourcing organizations in the U.S., Netherlands, China and Japan, Interloop’s Vision 2025 is well underway. The $300-million undertaking to expand its production capacity and capture growing responsible apparel demand includes a new vertical knitwear apparel plant, a new activewear factory, a fifth and sixth hosiery plant—the fifth is already operational and LEED Gold certified—a denim fabric mill and more.

For convenience and sustainable economies of scale, Interloop debuted its Interloop Apparel Park, the company’s “most high-tech” and “resource-efficient” complex thus far, enhancing its capacity and scope. It supports vertically integrated operations and combines Interloop’s multi-category manufacturing—all under one complex. 

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Andre Claudio