Calko Group is a vertically integrated manufacturer of high quality products that include industrial protective wear, narrow fabrics and trims, and first aid and medical supplies. Since our first year of operation over 62 years ago, we have worked to be an industry leader and innovator while staying as price competitive as possible to best serve our clients. Our efficient team works closely with our customers in order to provide them with the product requested or to help them develop the product needed to ensure complete satisfaction.
Cansew Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 Canadian vertically-integrated manufacturer and distributor of industrial sewing threads. We have been serving the textile industry since 1924. Our head office and manufacturing facilities are located in Quebec, Canada, with sales offices in Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and Vancouver.
The CTT Group supports the growth of the textiles and geosynthetics industries by providing technical services, research and development and expertise in innovation and products improvement. The CTT helps the industry to go further and also supports initiatives for the growth of human resources. The company is a driver of innovation in an industry of constant evolution.
Davey Textile Solutions Inc.®, formerly Davey Fabrics Inc., has been offering solutions to the textile industry in Canada since 1986. Since 2001, our business focus has shifted towards the distribution and conversion of 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Materials. The focus of this line follows the established philosophy of Davey Textile Solutions Inc.® to deal in premier products for our mission to be always “committed to quality and service”. In every aspect of our business we strive to make a difference by participating in the industry that we work in and giving back to the community. Davey Textile Solutions Inc.® has committed extensive resources towards resolving safety concerns related to visibility in the petrochemical industry. Our commitment to research and development is unmatched, and we will continue to develop new products to suit our customer’s needs.
For more than 200 years, DuPont has brought science and engineering to the global marketplace through innovative products, materials and services. This history of innovation supports diverse markets such as agriculture, nutrition, electronics and communications, safety and protection, home and construction, transportation and apparel.
Duvaltex is a textile innovation company with four business units that serve the office, hospitality, education, and healthcare markets. By coming together, all four business units now form the biggest contract textile manufacturer in North America. We share the same passion for bringing fabric to life. And we believe in teamwork, both inside our business units and with our partners. Together, we are working to become a loved and respected company in the contract textile industry across the globe.
Fabrene is a wholly owned division of Berry Plastics Group Inc. Fabrene provides fabric and film protective solutions for a variety of Health-care, Hygiene and Specialty end-uses. Headquartered in North Bay, Ontario, Fabrene operates 2 manufacturing plants specialising in the production of wide width coated polyolefin products with extensive manufacturing capability in extrusion, weaving, coating, multi-layer laminating and flexographic printing. Fabrene sells globally across multiple industrial end use segments.
Established in 1952, FELLFAB Limited is a privately held Canadian company that engineers and manufactures innovative products from technical and specialized textiles. We are proud of our achievements at arriving at innovative solutions that meet the needs of customers in a variety of critical and demanding markets. Our technological capabilities and wealth of experience have made us a leader in many demanding markets, including industrial, aerospace, aviation, military, materials handling and transportation. We are more than a manufacturer of specialized textile products. We are an engineering company dedicated to working with our customers. We believe in establishing long-term relationships based on providing purpose-built solutions.
At Innotex, we redefine and reimagine turnout gear based on four designing principales: Protection without compromise, unmatched comfort, increased durability and efficient design. Our commitment to protecting firefighters through innovation has lead our turnout gear to be chosen by several hundred fire departments, including some of the largest North American fire departments, the military, as well as major fire departments abroad.
Innovation and technology are the basis of Lincoln Fabrics’ growth into one of the leading weavers of specialty fabrics for high-performance and life-critical applications. Established in 1955, the company produces fabrics with fire resistant, ballistic and camouflage characteristics for Canadian and U.S. markets.
MEA Health Corporation, based in Brantford Ontario, has designed a system that diverts PPE products from landfills and re-purpose it to be used as a quality reprocessed plastic for non-woven and plastic injection molding manufacturing.
We work with Canada’s PPE manufacturing core to recycle their scraps and rejects so it can be turned back into quality Canadian made PP non woven fabrics.
Monterey Textiles is a diversified vertical mill whose employees are dedicated to supply quality-finished fabrics to the military and domestic clients. Since its early beginnings, Monterey has strived to develop quality-performing fabrics for the Armed Forces. Its state of the art weaving, dyeing, finishing and printing equipment provides clients worldwide with a high level of quality and customer service.
Founded 1963, MW Canada is a vertically integrated textile mill and a leading manufacturer of innovative fabrics for the window covering and hospitality trade. MW Canada is able to shift gears quickly to create new fabrics utilizing a variety of warp and weft yarns on a wide range of looms. Depending on customer needs, dry and wet textile processing can produce standard or unique end products. The dyehouse creates a wide colour range of yarns and piece dyed goods.
Oratex Inc. is a North American specialized fabric manufacturer focused on Circular Knit Stretch fabrics and Fire Retardant fabrics. Our knitting mill, which houses the latest specialized open-width fine gauge machinery, allows us to produce fabrics that are at the forefront of today’s apparel industry.
Peerless Garments manufactures leather jackets and cold/wet weather outerwear designed to keep wearers warm, dry and comfortable in the worst conditions. In addition to these core products, we produce highly-technical garments for water-resistance, wind-proofing and warmth, as well as fire resistant materials, anti-static products and chemical warfare protective materials.
Regitex’s mission is to produce custom made, top-quality yarn. Our yarn meets customer needs, both in terms of price and performance. With 40 years of experience in the field, our team contributes with in-depth expertise to the textile supply chain. Using cutting-edge technology, we produce yarns from a variety of natural, synthetic and artificial fibers in an assortment of colors and blends, crafted by our experts.
Founded in 1964, Rentex Mills Inc. is a vertically integrated warp/circular knit company that has been specializing in high performance/technical fabrics for decades. With its focus on current marketplace, the company has invested heavily in new potential products and markets.
Stedfast Inc. is a world leader in manufacturing value-added laminated and coated textiles to the precise specification requirements of industrial, medical, protective and military applications, including resistance to chemical and biological weapons. Stedfast offers on-site technical support and laboratory testing for all products, offering the expertise of a team of technical engineers that can provide scientific services and project management solutions.
The cluster of excellence in technical textile materials, TechniTextile Québec, is an initiative of the ACCORD approach of the Québec Ministry of Economy and Innovation (MEI). The hub lead innovative and collaborative projects and brings together all the industrial, technical, scientific and governmental stakeholders involved in the sector.TechniTextile also promotes the sector's expertise to national and international buyers in order to foster the sustainable development of the technical and value-added textile industry.
Founded in 1967, Texel launched its manufacturing activities in Canada by producing blankets for beds. Then two years later, the company extended its activities into the manufacturing of felts, notably for the footwear industry, and quickly acquired a large market share in this sector. In 1975, Texel became the first Canadian manufacturer of geotextile. Today, Texel serves various industries and markets with high-quality needlepunched nonwovens.
Wuxly Movement is a Canadian domestic producer of apparel and accessories led by James Yurichuk and Anthony DeBartolo since its inception in 2014. Over the past year, with the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic, Wuxly has been active in the PPE sector bringing together diverse expertise in design, engineering, technology, manufacturing, quality assurance, marketing and distribution. Wuxly has experience in manufacturing and delivering domestically produced PPE to fulfil Federal contracts for isolation gowns within an efficient timeframe with its broad network of sub-contracting partners. Wuxly moves into 2021 with its warm vision to continue momentum to continue reshoring apparel manufacturing to Canada.