The Cap Factory
The Cap Factory’ is the design hub of our parent company `Caps N Hats Exports’ specializing in production of French Basque Berets in the Northern part of In la.
As part of our various head wear collection, The Cap Factory specializes in designing a unique collection of-Wool berets handcrafted exclusively by a group of skilled traditional artisans from India. Wow you can expect much more than just an ordinary plain beret.
Our parent headwear exports company “Caps n Hats Exports” established in the year 1990 by Mr. Naresh Nagpal (mba), Florida university (USA), he leads the parent division of the group. Travelled across 4 continents numerous times, under his leadership our companies have grown manifold into the international market.
‘The Cap Factory’ situated in Panchkula city adjacent to “the city beautiful” Chandigarh city in northern India operates out of 25,000 sq feet area employing over 150 workers directly & indirectly. We specialize in production of wool knitted berets (military and french basque) types, hand embroidered designer berets, pure wool knitted beanies, men’s traditional head-wear like tweed flat caps and cut and sew allied head-wear.
Today we keep on working as dedicated as yesterday in a traditional way but looking for new technologies, protecting the manufacturing with a quality control system ruled and certified in accordance with the environment.
— FOUNDER, THE CAP FACTORY
Should you wish to know…
“The Cap Factory” is by far the sole and the most specialized designer beret manufacturing unit with manufacturing quantum being the largest among a variety of approximately 120 colors in mainly 11” & 11.5” sizes, in pure lambswool and pure cotton berets, with and without headbands and top of the line our own hand embroidered by Indian skilled artisans luxurious designer berets. We are very passionate about our berets and always happy to engage with our customers on special requests and go out of our way to fulfill their custom made designs.
How our Berets are made?
Raw material (yarn) comes in to the factory.
Yarn is counted and weighed by the workers.
Yarn is then knitted with the help of machines
Yarn is then linked in the linking room
Linked yarn then undergoes the milling process
After milling the pressing begins
Then sharing and razing is done
The fabric is then cut and sewed for lining and tags
Now the Berets are ready to be packed
Finally the packed berets are stock for samples.