New exhibitors Manufacturing Proximity

Première Vision Manufacturing Proximity, the univers of proximity clothing specialists – hall 6 will welcome this edition 7 new manufacturers. Discover their know-how.

Anjos e Lourenco – Portugal

Knitted sportswear: that’s what has made Anjos e Lourenco run since the 1990s. This Portuguese manufacturer is an expert producer of jogging pants, sweatshirts, tee-shirts, jersey dresses and other zipped hoodies on behalf of the best European and American labels (Sandro, Jack Wills, Moschino, House of Holland, Two Thirds, Sies Marjan…) It has an annual production capacity of some 700 000 items and follows the Gots, Ocs and Grs certification programme to meet the needs of the market.

 

Beta Konfeksiyon – Turkey

This Turkish company has been one of the giants of warp and weft and knitwear tailoring for thirty years. Some two million items for men and women leave its factory each year to be sold by the major fashion groups (Inditex, Mango, Otto, Blanche Porte, etc.) The company manages all stages of the production, from design to washing via sample making, tailoring, dyeing, printing and embroidery. It is particularly skilled with large sizes.

Erten Tekstil – Turkey

This Turkish manufacturer, based in Istanbul, has dedicated itself to men’s shirts for the last 40 years. It varies materials, thread counts, yarn styles, stiffness (from simple poplin, end-on-end, textured, classic oxford or pinpoint, satin, twill, herringbone, jacquard and more) and printing techniques (digital and rotative) to offer a wide range of formal and fashion items. Its recently automated factory produces 1 500 shirts daily, mostly for the men’s fashion market. Women’s wear shirts are made to order.

Juvema Portugal

Located in northern Portugal, Juvema has been producing knitted fabric tops for men and women since 1987. Rugby shirts, polo shirts, tee shirts and sweatshirts make up the majority of its production for the sport and fashion markets. It renews its ranges with silky textures and digital prints. The company produces up to 8 000 items per month, 95% of which are made for export. Alongside its cotton-linen, wool-viscose, polyester, pima cotton and polyamide fabrics it has recently added organic and sustainable fibres.

 

Lelija Lithuania

This textile firm, leader in Lithuania, produces around one million garments for men, women and children each year and employs more than 800 people. Since its creation in 1947 in Vilnius, it has continually developed its tailoring expertise. Its product range now consists of suits, trousers, jackets, overcoats, raincoats, puffer coats, skirts, shirts, dresses, blouses and workwear. The company currently boasts five factories throughout Lithuania and its own network of stores in the country.

 

Meba Giyim -Turkey

This Turkish company operates as both a weaver and a manufacturer, especially for the premium market. Its expertise with material gives it a competitive advantage with clothing. Meba diversifies the jerseys (cotton, organic yarns, modal, viscose, polyester, etc.) for tee-shirts, skirts or dresses that it produces using a circular loom. Its many skills may even be combined on the same garment, such as knitted fabric and warp and weft on women’s wear blouses. In total, the company produces 80 000 items each month.

 

Rikkoteks Tekstil – Turkey

One overcoat – 10 possibilities. This could be the slogan of this Turkish company that offers a wide range of large items: from the wool drape pea-coat to the puffer jacket, via quilted blousons, parkas, raincoats, bodywarmers, long knitted cardigans, etc. Its production capacity of 3 000 items per month and its reactiveness – between 20 and 30 days from sample making – have attracted international labels (Danyberd, Bernardi Club, Rubi Adon…).

 

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