The new exhibitors of Manufacturing – Proximity

14 new exhibitors will enrich the offer from Première Vision Manufacturing Proximity during the next Première Vision Paris show. They will showcase their savoir-faire to labels looking for local manufacturers.   


Crj  – TN

This Tunisian company has been producing denim since 1982. Vertically integrated, it produces jackets, trousers, skirts and shorts in denim for men, women and children as well as items in canvas and gabardine. Its products focus on the added value of placed embroideries, sophisticated washes and studied wear. Located 50 km from Tunis, its production plant (30 000 items per week) is reactive, with delivery times of 4 – 7 weeks.

Dide Tekstil – TR

Created in 2009 in Izmir, Dide Tekstil produces outerwear, mainly coats, peacoats, quilted coats, and country or hunting-style jackets. It is constantly perfecting these products for its own label (Cortigiano in Bottega) and for the brands that it supplies on the mid to premium market. With Bullmer cutters as well as Borsoi quilting machinery, the company products 15 000 items per month.



Faria da Costa – PT

Located in the north of Portugal, Faria da Costa has been producing quality socks since 1988. Specialising in natural fibres, the company offers items made from pure wool, cashmere and wool blends. It also has a range of products knitted from bamboo or organic cotton. Each year, its factory produces more than 25,000 pairs of socks, for large retail chains as well as premium brands. Their expertise is recognised in Scandinavia, Germany and France.

Industrias Valls 1 – ES

Since 1948, this Spanish company has been making Lisle thread socks with one of the best cottons in the world, Egyptian Jumel. This is a unique and very high-quality fibre, and the company uses it to knit models for women, men and children in its factory near Barcelona. It also uses Australian wool, angora, mohair, bamboo and technical fibres. Their collection is completed by a range of underwear and nightwear and their watchword is comfort.


Intertex – FR

This French family firm knows everything there is to know about shirts. They can be classic, contemporary, plain, striped, woven, printed, made from silk, cotton, viscose or a blend of fibres, with a crepe or fluid drape… Intertex excels with this model. The company has its own workshop in the Pas de Calais, with an automatic fabric cutting section, a design office, and a model-making unit, while production is done in Poland by partner factories.



Irmãos Rodrigues – PT

This Portuguese specialist in jersey knit has been making clothes since 1987. With 80% of its production dedicated to womenswear, Irmãos Rodrigues offers a range of dresses, tunics, sweat shirts, tops, jackets and trousers, mainly knitted from cotton, viscose, polyamide, Lyocell and wool. Its production capacity stands at between 100 000 to 250 000 items per month. The remaining 20% of its output is reserved for menswear. With Gots and Oeko-tex Class 1 certification, the company is in the process of acquiring SA800.

La Gofra – PT

La Gofra has been happily dressing women since 1934. The sixth generation of managers at the head of this family business cultivate the art of beautiful handiwork and a tradition of service. Located in the north of Portugal, the company makes dresses, blouses, shirts, coats, jacket, skirts and more. It works with poplin, silk chiffon, wool drape, crepe, denim and velvet. The modus operandi remains the same for its limited production runs (Atelier models) as well as for its large series (more than 1000 items): it is guided by excellence.

Lima & Companhia PT

This vertically-integrated company, created in 1980, specialises in the production of knitwear (jersey, interlock, piqué, fleece). Lima & Companhia works with cutting-edge techniques and textures to ensure that its collections and those of its clients stand out. In parallel with this activity, it has developed a line of woven products, mostly jacquards. All of these products benefit from its expertise in terms of finishes – embroideries, laser cut-outs and garment dyeing.


Öztek Garment Company – TR

The textile subsidiary of the Turkish group Öztek produces clothing for women in knitwear and warp and weft. Its three production units make blouses, dresses, jackets and trousers, and produces some 250 000 items per month. Quality and creativity are the two pillars of this company which has its own design bureau – 200 new designs per month – and its own fabric-making factory. It has attracted European casual, streetwear and fashion labels.


Têxtil do Marco – PT

Têxtil do Marco is an expert in clothing made from premium cotton. Renowned on this market for two decades, the company (with Iso 9001 certification) produces 1.2 million items each year in its factory in northern Portugal. These include tee-shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, trousers, skirts, dresses, nightwear and underwear. Targeting the mid-to high and premium sectors of the market, it supplies well-known womenswear labels and also meets the demands of the children’s wear market.


Tetriberica – PT

Sustainable fashion is the vocation of Tetriberica. This Spanish specialist in knitwear boasts many certifications (Gots, Ocs, Grs, Smeta, Iso 9001). Some 25% of its production uses recycled polyester or organic cotton. Each month, it produces 250 000 items in jersey for men and women. Committed to the circular economy, the company believes in green fashion and recycles all its textile waste. It has an official and accredited quality control laboratory that is used by other companies as well.

Theorie Tekstil – TR

Theorie Tekstil specialises in casual fashion for men. The company focuses on the production of large items: peacoats, single and double-breasted coasts, raincoats, bomber jackets, puffa jackets with or without sleeves, classic jackets and biker jackets. Their range is wide and adapted to an eclectic clientele. They use a variety of materials, some natural and others ultra-technical. Located in Istanbul, the factory produces some 250 000 models each year.

Find the complete list of  Manufacturing Proximity exhibitors here.

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