The production of the fabric that forms the basis of our woven products is carried out on our weaving looms and has a working logic of 3 40. Woven fabrics consist of two groups of yarn. The longitudinal threads of the fabric are called warp threads, and the horizontal threads that make up the width of the fabric are called weft threads. The weaving process consists of connecting these two groups of yarns by passing them under and over each other with the system we call knitting.

As of the installation of 1997, there are fancy fabric qualities such as polyester, cotton / polyester, cotton, linen, viscose, chenille among the products produced from our weaving looms, which have been expanded with today’s most modern machines to give the best quality to the fabric. It has an annual production capacity of 6,500,000 m.