RT Knits is the result of the fusion between Richfield Textile and Tang Knitwear.
With origins dating back to 1970, it has pioneered the Mauritian Export Processing Sector
and along with a strong heritage of trust, the company has been a major player
in the textile industry since its establishment.
Today, RT Knits is amongst the leading textile companies in Mauritius, with aims such as:
sustainable development practices, innovation and the shift towards being a leader in the
With a yearly production capacity of 16 million garments and a current workforce of 1,800 employees,
RT Knits has a dynamic portfolio which is comprised of high street customers in Europe,
USA and South Africa. The company is constantly innovating
to launch new materials and products to create new trends and market demand.
RT Knits is the ideal fashion partner and is committed towards creativity, innovation and changing the image of textile.
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Respect – Be committed and always show consideration to your colleagues and customers.
Innovation – Be adventurous, embrace change and press the novelty button for sustainable growth.
Greatness – Be engaged towards achieving the extra mile and strive to nurture excellence.
Happiness – Feel and spread positivity by balancing work, health and family life.
Trust – Be honest and consistent in everything you do, walk the talk and move together as ONE.
Moving together towards sustainable textile production
100% Mauritian production
RT Knits is determined to work smartly in Mauritius and to be 100% Mauritian production.
We take pride in cultivating the potential of young talents in order to shape the future
of the textile industry, an important field in Mauritius.
Located in the Indian ocean and at 3, 640 km southeast of the African terra-firma,
the Republic of Mauritius is an independent and developing country of 2,040 km2 and counts a
population of around 1.2 million inhabitants. The Republic of Mauritius is famous for several distinguishing
qualities, namely its white beaches, beautiful sceneries, its religious diversity, amongst many others.
Member of the Commonwealth of Nations, Mauritius used to be under
French sovereignty in the early 18th Century but was then taken up by Great Britain in 1810 until
independence was proclaimed in March 1968. Mauritius then became a republic in 1992.
The island’s official language is English. However, both French and the local dialect, the Mauritian Creole
are widely used.
Mauritius’ economy is based on tourism, textile, agriculture and
financial services. Mauritius has had a stable and democratic system of government since its
independence, with powers fully vested in the Prime Minister, Head of the Government.