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History

 

TEXTUFIL was founded in 1972. It is a family business run by its President Jorge Elias Bahaia and the support of his children and grandchildren. At its beginning, only textured nylon yarns and polyester were manufactured, which were distributed in the local market and Central America. As part of its vertical integration and to meet the demands of its consumers and customers, we decided to develop finished, dyed and printed fabrics, according to the demands of fashion and customer preference.

 

In 1985, an investment was made in a new plant for the production of sewing thread, which increased the production and diversification of its products in the market.

 

In 1987, because of the need for integration and to have a more effective quality control, a cotton and mixture fabric mill was mounted, which provided greater flexibility and availability for the fabrics department.

 

In 1992 we installed a rotary embosser machine, to offer more choices to our customers and enable a variety of designs and colors to be worked simultaneously, which guarantees the quality and beauty of our customers’ designs.

 

In 1993 we set up a second cotton spinning mill plant for carding and combed fabric, increasing by 60 % the installed capacity of yarn in the plant.

 

In 2000 we made a complete modernization of machinery, building a new knitting plant with the highest technology.

 

Similarly in 2005 our Coloring Department underwent a modernization, allowing strong colors and high quality in our products.

 

Always thinking in keeping our business in the top of the market, in 2013we installed a plant for the manufacture of textured filaments that allow the manufacturing of fabrics for the sports industry to improve the performance of athletes.

 

It is in this way that the entire operation is vertically integrated, starting from the treatment of the cotton bale, its transformation into yarn, producing the fabric and printing it.

 

 

 

TEXTUFIL
12 Avenida. Sur, Soyapango,
El Salvador, Centroamérica.
Phone:
Fax:
(503) 2277-0066
(503) 2227-2308
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