We are a tarpaulin seller, with a legacy of more than 43 years in the field of textiles. With all these years into the trade, we have developed a deep understanding of fabric. We built upon that to venture into the realm of tarpaulins.

Tarpaulin as a product might seem mundane, but we beg to differ. We went deep into the product’s usage, the requirements of a typical tarpaulin buyer, fathoming all possible terrain, weather and elements that the tarp would possibly be facing in its lifetime. Then, with our expertise and our world class manufacturing equipment, machinery and highly skilled workmen- we built our range of tarpaulin products.

Our product range is not just a run-of-the-mill, one-size-fits-all kind, but an outcome of our deep understanding of the product and its possible applications. Our products ooze quality, finesse, durability, class and ruggedness. Every piece of tarpaulin that we produce and label as ‘Ace Tarpaulin’ is a unique work of craftsmanship.

We take pride in our skill and passion for making fabulous tarpaulins, and our obsession for satisfying our customers, which is to a near crazy level!

Unlike most tarp sellers out there, we follow complete transparency and integrity in our operations, product specification and communication with our customers. We have no hidden terms whatsoever.

Our Purpose

While the Indian tarpaulin scene is filled with cheap quality plastic tarpaulins that are fragile, non-durable, ineffective and harmful for our country’s environment, we have resolved to roll out high quality, durable, purposeful tarpaulins at minimal profit margins, and thus to bring about a revolution in the way we Indians buy, use and perceive a tarpaulin!


We have an in-house lab that tests for all technical parameters like the waterproofing, water repellency, fire retardancy test etc.

We have stringent quality control systems in place and even the slightest of the deviation is not tolerated.


Our very philosophy is ‘customer first’. A happy customer is the most important asset of a company. We believe that if a company serves its customers to its expectations, then each customer would be the company’s spokesperson and brand ambassador, leaving all marketing efforts redundant.

Our customer grievance redressal is prompt and effective. We put it as our priority.


We make tarpaulins from cotton, polyester and cotton-polyester blend fabric.  We have different tarps positioned for different needs. One could use filters to zero-in on the tarp that he actually needs.


Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is in Indore, giving us a strategic logistic advantage.

Environmental Impact of Fabric

Whatever we consume has to be manufactured. To manufacture anything we need raw material. These raw materials could either be procured from nature or be synthesized i.e. man-made.

Cotton based fabric uses cotton, which is derived from plants. These are environment-friendly when compared with its artificial counterparts like Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), Polyethylene, Polypropylene, and Polyester.

Processing cotton to make fabric emits far fewer pollutants as compared to emissions that occur while producing and processing these synthetic materials.

Moreover, cotton being a natural compound is biodegradable. Whereas the other materials are artificial polymer-based compounds, which take centuries to decompose. Till the decomposition takes place, they remain a pollutant- in water and soil.

This must guide our decision-making as to which fabrics to manufacture and consume.

The fact, however, remains that even though cotton processing has a lesser impact on the environment, but still it is there. Hence, making sturdy and durable products will reduce the requirement of manufacturing and consuming more. On this principle, we aim at building sturdy, durable and high-quality tarps that last long, very long. These actually turn out to be cheaper, because of the number of years they serve you, as compared to the fragile plastic tarps that might look cheap but won’t even last a whole season!

How are we doing our bit for the environment?
We have taken 2 conscious decisions:
1. To reduce the environmental impact by choosing the raw materials wisely. It majorly involves the choice of fabric.
Most of our product range is made using cotton. The other material that we use is polyester, for being the lesser of all the evil in the world of polymers.

2. To make the products durable & rugged, to reduce the need for producing and consuming more.