Introducing Sheikh H. Noor-ud-Din & Sons

From family tents to mosquito nets, we have built our unsurpassed product expertise for over 40 years. The driving force behind this success is H. Sheikh Noor-ud-Din & Sons (HSNDS), our family-owned manufacturing facility in Lahore, Pakistan.

Responsible production

HSNDS adheres to sustainable and ethical business standards by fully controlling the supply chain and entire product development process from manufacturing through to final delivery. The factory uses the latest technology to manufacture ranges of products that meet the highest technical standards of international and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Core relief items and refugee shelters

As one of the world’s leading tent and tarpaulin manufacturers, we never stop creating and we always strive to be the first to introduce new technological breakthroughs and advanced development efforts in the humanitarian field.

HSNDS manufactures the full innovative range of NRS Relief’s family tents and all core relief items such as tarpaulins, blankets, sleeping mats, winterisation kits, water containers and kitchen sets for the humanitarian sector. The factory also produces all our multi-purpose tents for medical, educational, logistic and management support use, as well as mobile storage units.

Long-lasting insecticidal nets

In 2015-2016, our subsidiary TANA Netting produced a staggering 48 million long-lasting insecticidal nets in our netting production units. The production of DawaPlus® nets benefits from the cutting, sewing and stitching techniques honed over the years by its sister company NRS Relief, the leading supplier of tents, blankets and tarpaulins to the humanitarian industry.

Production Capacity

We have recently expanded our workforce employees to meet the increasing demands from our clients and partners worldwide.

On a monthly production capacity*, our skilled workers take pride in manufacturing up to:

  • 20,000 family tents;
  • 100 mobile storage units;
  • 450,000 tarpaulins;
  • 600,000 blankets;
  • 100,000 water containers;
  • 125,000 sleeping mats; and
  • 7,000,000 long-lasting insecticidal nets.

*Production capacity might vary depending on demand and emergency response situations.

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