Spectrum Cottfibers took shapein 1998 in accordance with the vision of Amit Shah, CEO and Founding Director. Strategically, right since inception Spectrum had a clear goal of being an influential contributor within the sustainability market space with a clear focus in and around farming and retail.

Amit was also clear that any organization that he created would be in true sense ‘sustainable’ and it would thus be built on a solid foundation of three universal principles wherein it would:

  • 1. Add Business Value
  • 2. Elevate Social Standards
  • 3. Enhance Environmental Health

These principles emanated straight from the life philosophy of Amit’s father and group chairman, Mr. Bharat Shah. A loyal follower of Ghandian principles who has to his credit a career spanning almost 40 years of owning and running various public limited enterprises producing some of the highest quality textiles all while upholding the highest standards of ethical, moral and social values.

In partnership with a small group of farmers in Western India, Spectrum Cottfibers was one of the first to foray into organic cotton farming within the country. The idea gained a much bigger shape with time and today Spectrum Cottfibers works in multiple suppliers in India for procuring and selling a wide pallet of sustainable textiles, foods and agro products.

A rich heritage of over 60 years in textiles and over two decades of experience in farming has given Spectrum a unique ability to also offer a host of consulting, advisory and commercial services to various participants in the sustainable space.

It is only as a culmination of all of the above that today Spectrum Cottfibers is a preferred supplier to various global brands like C&A, H&M, M&S, Tesco, etc. Known in the industry for its penchant for quality and timely delivery, Spectrum is a preferred choice for most companies within the different verticals it caters to for all their sustainability needs.

Even as Spectrum marches ahead and adapts to the rapid changes in the world of sustainability, the core vision of creating sustainable ventures around farming and retail still stays constant. Just as the three principle pillars yet fuel this growth with robustness and surety.

We believe our vision to be best summed in the words of India’s late President, Shri A. P. J. Abdul Kalam when he said:

“We will be remembered only if we give to our younger generation a prosperous and safe India, resulting out of economic prosperity coupled with civilizational heritage.”