Offering a world class range of Cotton Canvas, Proofing Wax Canvas, PVC Coated Fabric, PU Coated Fabric and Polyester Fabric.

About Us

Backed by extensive industry experience of more than a decade, we, Kalra Canvas LLP, are a prominent  wholesaler & manufacturer of Cotton Canvas, Proofing Wax Canvas, PVC Coated Fabric, PU Coated Fabric, Polyester Fabric, Lamination Fabric & Linning Fabric that are used in making school bags, traveling bags, luggage bags, bag packs, carry bags, shopping bags and bike bags. All our products are widely appreciated and demanded throughout the year by our clients. We believe that the quality of our wholesale cloth material for bags is one of the biggest USP's of our company, hence we pay a lot of attention towards the quality of our products and ensure that each consignment dispatched from wholesale and manufacturing unit is in sync with the international parameters in terms of the quality, packaging and pricing. Our cloth material is made of Cotton, Synthetic, Polyester, PVC Coated, PU Coated, Lamination, Linning fabric and bags are made using optimum quality Canvas Cloth, Printed Canvas, and Canvas Fabrics, which makes our product range different from others.

Additionally, our range of products are well renowned for great durability, longer life and high tear strength as well as for features like scratch resistance and high endurance. Our designed bags are easily available in the market in different fabrics like cotton, PVC, PU, etc. To fabricate our product line, we are assisted by our highly dextrose team of professionals. They help us in producing an impeccable range of bags that are suited for all purposes. Further, our company is growing at a rapid rate under the guidance of our mentors Mr. Ashish Kalra and Mr. Tajwant Kalra.

Why Us?

In a short span of time we have created a niche in the market, enlisted below are the vital factors of our company:

  • Quality range of products
  • Durable products
  • Robust infrastructure
  • Proficient team of professionals
  • Ethical business practices.
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