With its core business centred on sport, LMA has increasingly invested in fashion – the current trend of athleisure seems to have been created in the image of the Rebordões’ company, which produces knits and woven fabrics – but it never forgets the innovation intrinsic to its DNA.
The globalization phenomenon has put Cotex to the test, but the Portuguese lace company, founded in 1975, has adapted, added new capacities and conquered other market parts. Zara and Dolce & Gabbana are just two of the international names that already do not dismiss Cotex’s creativity in their collections.
Damel is introducing new products for the military sector. Besides the automatic insufflation project SeaB2, which is being presented to security forces in Portugal and abroad, the Portuguese company is also developing styles with active camouflage, having the modern soldier in mind.
For the second time at Première Vision Fabrics, where it debuted September last year, Joaps Malhas has strong expectations for expanding its customers’ list, where are already names such as Burberry and AllSaints, with a varied offer, from fashion to technical fabrics.
Initially dedicated to footwear, Foot by Foot has expanded to other activity areas, having today a portfolio that serves equally the automotive industry, apparel manufacturing and home textiles. The bet in R&D is bearing fruits and the expansion project is based in new products and markets to reach the whole world.
One must not play with health and at Fapomed, that motto is followed to its maximum extent. The company, which has three manufacturing sites, in Portugal and Ukraine, keeps betting in the development of new processes to ensure the safety of its products in hospital environments.