MicroSystem

Our Production unit

Manufacturing is performed in our state of the art facilities located in Poland, which embodies a strong tradition of textile expertise.  Our microfiber production began in 1997, with the sole intent to split, weave and knit our different microfiber products. The manufacturing process is highly efficient, with a strong emphasis on research and development.

Experience and knowledge

The majority of our team has worked with microfibers, either in production or practical use, since the concept was first introduced to the market. We continuously strive to enhance our operation through the knowledge and experiences of our staff and also our valued customers.

The raw material

The microfiber thread is made of polyester and polyamide, the main part being polyester. We engineer and develop our own range of fibers which allows us to control all aspects of production.  This enables our customers to receive the highest possible quality, the broadest range of products and a reliable delivery of goods worldwide.

Both the production of raw material and the subsequent manufacturing process are environmentally friendly. It is very important for us to be able to take responsibility for and minimize the environmental impact our production, logistics and distribution create. For information look at our environmental policy.

Customer oriented production

We use an enormous amount of microfiber thread in the production of our products.  One of our machines uses 960 rolls of material simultaneously, and there are approximately 3000 needles in each machine that weave the microfiber into large rolls.  Each roll is then "split" in a variety of ways in order to obtain the most efficient products, and to satisfy our customer's different demands regarding functionality, colors and design.

Our manufacturing is ISO 9001 certified.

Research and development

Our research and development department works closely with the Polish Textile Institute in order to continuously develop both the raw materials and the technique to which the fibers are split, woven and sewn.