Eurotessile spa is a public limited company from a decision of the assembly on July the 6th, 2001. The evolution from a commercial partnership to a public company reflects the dimensional growth that the company has experimented during the nineties and at the beginning of the new millennium.

Born on 11 march, 1983 with the company name “Tessitura P.Z. - s.n.c. Di Pelliccioli e Zambetti”, in 1986 became “Eurotessile snc. Di Rossi & Zambetti”; in 1990 the company moved its cotton-weaving plants from Bagnatica (BG) to the new site of Cavernango, via Romanino 10. The new site , over 5.000 square meters, build upon specific needs of fabrics manufacturing, the renewing of the plants and machinery and the growing attention on the quality the the market needed, have allowed, after the start-up of the new site, to boost the production of fabrics for the clothing industry, to be sold to converters and famous brands, as well as the production of fabrics for the furniture industry. In 1994 the assembly decided to transform the partnership into a limited company. The name thus changed from “Eurotessile snc. Di Rossi & Zambetti” to “Eurotessile srl” and in 1998 another manufacturing site started its activity on open-end cotton spinning. This new plant was of 6.000 square meters and it was equipped with last generation machinery, allowed the company to produce internally part of the spin necessary for the weaving department, where the production was very high in quantity, and to sell part of it to customers.

In 2001 the company changed its profile into a public limited company. In 2003 an over 5.000 square meters, brand new site was opened, to host the new ring-spinning production machinery. In order to equip and open this new site a total investment of 10 million € was needed. The new production site allowed the company to produce elasticated and flare cotton fabric, aka corespun, to be sold to customers or to be used internally for the production of precious fabrics with characteristics of stretching, resistance as the market was asking.

The innovative spins realized thanks to the research and development activities done in the ring-spinning department and ther utilization on the internal preparing of the fabric, allowed Eurotessile to be strong on certain market niches characterized by the request of very performing cotton yarns.

During 2006, the less costly external pruductions made it possible for Eurotessile to import open-end cotton yarns instead of manifacturing it internally, so in march 2007 it was decided to close the spinning department. Open-end cotton yarns were no more sold, anyway there was no impact on the company revenues, which have grown thank to higher sales in the flare cotton fabric and corespun in the much more competitive ring spinning market.