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The Oriental Weavers Group was founded in 1979 by industrialist and entrepreneur Mohammed Farid Khamis. Listed on the Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) since 1997, the Group has emerged from a single loom operation to the largest producer of machine-woven carpets in the world. Building on Egypt’s deep rooted textile heritage, dating back to c.5000 BC, today, the Oriental Weavers Group is the global leader in tufted and jet-printed rugs and carpets.


About us


Enriching people’s lives through offering innovative, sustainable and value driven rugs and carpets crafted by passionate, creative minds.


Continue to be the industry’s trendsetter and the world’s market leader of rugs and carpets, spreading happiness and warmth to every room in the world.


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Business Model

Achieve consistent and sustainable growth







We are

Focused & Innovative

We are pioneers – passionate about innovation, value, and sustainable design. Oriental Weavers is the first in the world to develop 4-million-points-per-square-meter technology. We continually push for new ways to improve technologies and our design across many aspects of the industry

Vertically Integrated

We are vertically integrated – committed to delivering quality and creating efficiencies. Oriental Weavers maintains complete control of its production, distribution chains, and channels. All stages of production are managed in-house by our expert team, which includes extrusion of synthetic fibres to dyeing, spinning, weaving, and finishing.


We are affordable and convenient – dedicated to offering a wide selection of products serving all price points. Oriental Weavers provide only the finest quality for a variety of uses. These include machine-woven, tufted, needle-punched rugs, mats, Gobelin tapestries, upholstery, floor covers, and Axminster Carpets.


We are versatile – consistently adapting to new directions and trends. This flexibility allows Oriental Weavers to respond rapidly to customers’ requests and market changes while averaging a new product every two weeks.