SKA Textiles is one of the UK's leading textile manufacturers. The family-run company is based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

Founded in 1975 by Mr Khalid Pervaiz, SKA Textiles has grown steadily ever since and is today home to one of the largest colour matching and physical fabric testing laboratories in the UK, as well as some of the largest dye machines in Europe.

Having originally specialised in knitting and dyeing yarns for ladies' fashion wear, today the company's impressive array of materials are used by retailers such as Debenhams, Next, Arcadia Group, Marks & Spencer and Primark.

The success of SKA Textiles has been built largely by a forward looking management structure, and a philosophy dedicated to providing quality products and services tailored to customer needs, in a competitive and ever changing market.

Advanced Textiles Manufacturing

Investment into new machinery over the years, has allowed SKA Textiles to diversify into new markets. The high performance materials which the company is producing today, has earned SKA Textiles a reputation as an 'advanced textiles manufacturer'.

Production of a 'dye house' and additional knitting capabilities, has allowed the company to specialise in yarns and fibres suitable for upholstery; automotive seating; the fire services; the MOD, and the aerospace sector.

Commission Service

Enterprise Textiles is a fabric converting business, dealing mainly with flock prints, screen prints, spandex prints, transfer prints and plain dyed fabrics. The company is able to print on a large variety of compositions varying from 100% polyester, 100% nylon and poly elastane qualities. The company also has its own transfer paper printing business.

In May 2003, Enterprise Textiles was incorporated into SKA Textiles. The transfer print plant and administration was relocated to company's Head Office in Huddersfield. The incorporation of Enterprise into SKA led to further changes and improvements of efficiencies, production and quality control. For further information about Enterprise Textiles please visit