Hafner Inc (Textile Mill) For more than half a century, Hafner has created stretch knit fabrics that enhance the performance and comfort of your apparel. From fashion to fitness to competition, Hafner is dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality fabrics. Hafner develops comfortable fabrics that breathe, wick and move with your body and high compression products to optimize athletic performance. No matter what your activity, there’s an innovative Hafner product engineered to improve your look and enhance your performance. Hafner is shaping the world of textiles!
Halley Stevensons (Waxed Cotton Manufacturer) Halley Stevensons is the leading manufacturer and innovator in waxed cotton and weatherproofed fabrics. All of the company's dyeing and finishing is "under one roof" based at its Baltic Works in Dundee, UK. Halley Stevensons is the market leader with its expertise, technical knowledge and manufacturing experience. Its team of skilled, experienced technicians are constantly striving to develop and refine new and existing products. Halley Stevensons' service allows its customers to design their own fabrics, to include fabric type/weight, shade and finish requirements. Its products are exported around the world and are showcased each season at London, Paris and Milan.
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Hamrick Mills (Textile Mill) Hamrick Mills, founded in 1900, is located in Gaffney, South Carolina. The company is a leading producer of high quality, lightweight greige woven fabrics for use in the home furnishings, industrial, and apparel markets. The company offers woven fabrics in a variety of widths, ranging from 41 inches to 140 inches and weights from 2 to 6 oz. per square yard. The fabrics are offered in poly/cotton blends and 100% cotton, and in a variety of constructions/patterns (i.e. plain, twill, sateen, stripes, and herringbones.
Harrison Technologies (Textile Manufacturer) Harrison Technologies is a vertical mill, which maintains facilities in Taiwan and mainland China as part of Sinotex, Inc. The group produces coated fabrics under the Toughtek® and Rhinotek® brands. The company specializes in full garment packages, gear bags, and hunting products. Harrison provides laminations, coatings, and technical fabrics that incorporate UV protection; grip functions; abrasion resistance; fire, mildew, and wind resistance; waterproof breathability; antimicrobial; and cold-crack prevention.
HDM, Inc. (Personal Safety Materials Manufacturer) Headquartered in Oakdale, Minnesota, HDM's full team of talented scientists, engineers, and business professionals build strong relationships with commerce leaders throughout the United States, Europe, and the Pacific Rim, to conceptualize, create and market products made with SuperFabric® brand materials. The company's mission is to invent, develop, and commercialize innovative products that enhance personal safety and performance through the synergy of advanced physics, material science, and sophisticated engineering. SuperFabric® materials have been adapted for uses in industrial, safety, sporting, clothing, and military applications, just to name a few.
HeiQ (Technical Textile Innovation) HeiQ is a three-in-one company: scientific research, specialty materials manufacturing and consumer ingredient branding, all for improving the lives of billions of people by perfecting the everyday product of textiles.
HeiQ was founded in 2005 during a hike in the Swiss Alps as a spin-off of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. Innovative and disruptive in a sustainable way, HeiQ is a leader in textile innovations, creating some of the most effective, durable and high-performance textile technologies on the market today.
HeiQ engages with textile brands along the entire value chain to innovate and differentiate products and capture the added value at the point of sale. This nimble, multinational company operates in 11 countries on 5 continents with partners from over 50 countries.
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Hemp Industries Association (Association) The Hemp Industries Association (HIA) is a non-profit trade group representing hemp companies, researchers and supporters. We are at the forefront of the drive for fair and equal treatment of industrial hemp. Since 1992, the HIA has been dedicated to education, industry development, and the accelerated expansion of hemp world market supply and demand.
Henderson Sewing Machine Co. Inc. (Sewing Equipment) Based in Andalusia, AL, Henderson Sewing Machine Co. Inc. is a global supplier of industrial sewing machines, sewing machine parts and custom automated sewing machines for the SEWING PRODUCTS INDUSTRY. The company also maintains an engineering team that designs custom automated systems to fill the needs of its customers. Henderson's “Mission” is to “Help Its Customers Be Successful” by supplying the best quality products at the most competitive prices thus creating a competitive advantage through superior customer service, advanced technology and a successful partner relationship with each.
Her Min Textile Co., Ltd. (Fabric Manufacturer) This Taipei, Taiwan, based company, established in 1973, is one of the leading woven fabric manufactures in Taiwan. Her Min aims to be the top-end innovative fabric manufacturer, with core competencies ranging from fabric design, yarn dyeing to modern weaving and advanced finishing technology, most importantly, with its expertise in fabric R&D in the way of constantly creating the trendy products as well as accurately interpreting customer’s taste and concept.
As the world’s awareness of the importance of green living and environmental protection, Her Min endeavors in fabric innovation with the combination of fashionable insight and functional material and technology.
Hercules Inc. (Fiber Producer) FiberVisions, a division of Hercules Inc., is the world's largest producer of thermal bond polypropylene staple fiber and a major supplier of fine denier staple fibers to the disposable hygiene product industry. It also produces textile fibers for automotive, decorative, and industrial applications.
Herculite® Inc. Based in Emigsville, PA, Herculite®, Inc. has been an innovative fabric company specializing in high performance laminated & coated fabrics for more than 60 years. As one of the founders of the synthetic fabrics industry, Herculite® pioneered the use of laminated fabrics in the healthcare industry. Today, the Herculite® fabric company provides a vast array of brands, products, marketing, design, manufacturing, consulting and technical expertise for the benefit of our customers.
Heytex & Bondcote Technical Textiles (Supplier of Coated, Laminated, & Composite Fabrics) Headquartered in Germany with subsidiaries in Germany, China, and the US, the Haytex Group is a leading weaver, coater/laminator of technical textiles. Its US company, BondCote, headquarted in Pulaski, Virginia, develops, produces and sells technical textiles, in applications including the field of sign media, commercial and industrial tents, truck side curtains as well as dock shelters, and flexible doors. In addition, technological premium products include biogas membranes, architectural membranes, flexible container textiles, and bellows fabrics. The possibilities of using the fabrics made by HEYTex® are nearly unlimited.
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High-Tech Conversions Inc. (Nonwoven Manufacturer) Based in Enfield, CT, High-Tech Conversions is a leading manufacturer of cleanroom wipes, cleanroom gloves, Tacky Traxx Mats, Green Monster Stencil Rolls, cleanroom garments, and more. High-Tech Conversions produces industry leading products that are trusted by companies involved in biotechnology, scientific research, electronics assembly, and pharmaceutical industries. The manufacturer's services include nonwoven manufacturing, processing, and finishing. High-Tech Conversions also offers fabric on rolls, pre-cut rolls, and cut pieces from a variety of substrates. The company's nonwoven capabilities include: Spun Laced, spun bonded, airlaid, needle punch, chem bond, special design, laminates, and converted nonwovens.
Highland Industries / Takata (Textile Manufacturer) Highland Industries specializes in the conception, design and delivery of high-performance textiles. Our customers in the automotive, industrial, aerospace and other various fields have complex, ever-changing needs. To meet those needs, Highland engineers dont just fabricate solutions--The company invents them. By combining the latest materials science with decades of expertise, Highland can meet or exceed the most demanding performance/regulatory standards.
As a part of the global Takata family of companies, Highland Industries values the creativity, collaboration and problem-solving that emerges when it builds teams that provides the freedom to innovate. Highland's scientists, engineers, partners and ambassadors are always focused on the next challenge.
Himatsingka Group (Home Textile Manufacturer) The Himatsingka Group is a vertically integrated home textile major with a global footprint. The Group focuses on the manufacture, retail and distribution of Home Textile products. On the manufacturing front, the Group operates amongst the largest capacities in the world for upholstery fabrics, drapery fabrics and bed linen products. Spread across Asia, Europe and North America, its retail and wholesale distribution divisions carry some of the most prestigious brands in the Home Textile space and cater to Private Label programs of major retailers across these geographies. With over 5000 people, the Group continues to expand its reach and build capacities in the Home Textile space.
Hobbs Bonded Fibers For more than 22 years, Hobbs Bonded Fibers (ISO certified 9001:2000) has specialized in developing and manufacturing specialty nonwoven products for Industrial and Consumer markets. The use of synthetic, natural and specialty fibers allows Hobbs Bonded Fibers the flexibility to design products to a customer’s exact specifications. All of Hobbs’ products are manufactured in the United States.
Hohenstein Institute (Textile Science and Research Company) The Hohenstein Institute works and researches in the science of the physiological function of clothing, and has gained international recognition. Various biophysical measuring devices are used for the quantitative assessment of the wear properties of clothing systems, such as workwear and industrial clothing. The results are used to draw up construction guidelines for textiles and clothing systems which provide the wearer with a good level of wear comfort and also minimize the physiological strain at the workplace.
Honeywell Performance Materials & Technologies (Advanced Fibers/Composites Manufacturer) Honeywell offers a range of products for nearly every application, from high-strength industrial ropes and fishing line to helmets, body armor and vehicle armor for members of the military and law enforcement. The company manufactures Spectra® fiber, known as one of the world’s strongest and lightest manmade fibers. Using its patented shield technology, Honeywell also develops and manufactures Spectra Shield®, Gold Shield®, and Gold Flex® ballistic materials, trusted by military and police forces around the world for more than two decades. Honeywell maintains an active Spectra fiber and ballistic materials research and development program focused on meeting increased demand for its high-performance materials.
Honmyue Enterprise Co., Ltd. (Textile Manufacturer) Based in Chang Hua, Taiwan, Honmyue was established in 1970. For over 40 years, Honmyue has grown into a public company with ISO 9001, ISO14001 and bluesign certification. Honmyue continues to its expand scale of operations to meet the needs of worldwide marketplace, with simultaneously enhancing the quality of products. All of its textiles are manufactured 100% in house under careful supervision. Honmyue takes pride in textile production as its core business. Honmyue devoted itself to develop the innovative variety of textile and to provide premium service to its customers. Business concepts of Honmyue are dedication, motivation, positive attitude and creativity.
Hot Chillys (Apparel Manufacturer) Hot Chillys has led the performance apparel industry for more than a decade with moisture managing base layer technology. When founded in 1985, Hot Chillys revolutionized the ski market with performance ski "warm wear" (base layer underwear) incorporating fabric technologies previously found primarily in running apparel.
Huntsman Textile Effects (Chemical Production Company) This publicly traded global manufacturer is the leading global provider of high quality dyes, chemicals and digital inks to the textile and related industries. With operations in more than 90 countries and six primary manufacturing facilities in six countries (China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Mexico and Thailand), Huntsman Textile Effects is uniquely positioned to provide prompt and expert technical service wherever our customers are based. Sustainability, innovation and collaboration are at the heart of what we do. We use cutting edge technology to develop solutions and create innovative products with intelligent effects such as durable water repellents, color fastness, sun protection or state-of-the-art dyes which reduce water and energy consumption.
Hwang Yih Textile Co., Ltd. (Textile Manufacturer) This company started out as a professional dye house in 1995 and later on Hwang Yih Textile (HYT) transformed into a vertically integrated fabric supplier. As one of the key suppliers for various sportswear brand labels worldwide, HYT specializes in technical, functional knit wear, such as quick-dry, anti-microbial, moisture management, UV-cut, etc. HYT prides itself as the products are 100% made in Taiwan and has conformed to international safety standards. In addition, HYT is certified with ISO9001/ 14001 and has met Oeko-tex Standard100
Hyosung America Inc. (Fiber Producer) Hyosung is the second largest global manufacturer of Creora® brand spandex. Creora high heat resistant H350 is specifically engineered for polyester compatibility and offers improved wash fastness and quality in soft, quick-drying blends.