Glen Raven Inc. manufactures a host of fabrics for a variety of markets. Most consumers are familiar with our flagship brand, Sunbrella®. Over the years, Sunbrella has provided customers with a beautiful, durable fabric that has revolutionized the shade, marine and furniture markets.
The majority of our fabrics are produced in the United States. Our main manufacturing facility is located in Anderson, S.C. with over 1 million square feet under one roof. In Anderson, yarn is spun and fabrics woven, finished, and go through extensive quality control. Having this entire process in one facility ensures the quality that industry leaders and consumers associate with the Sunbrella brand.

Phifer Incorporated is a leader in the insect screen, solar control fabrics, drawn wire, engineered products and designed fabrics industries. As the world’s largest producer of aluminum and fiberglass insect screening, Phifer has capitalized on its wire drawing and textile weaving expertise to flourish in these and other related markets. Our products keep pace with technological innovations and design trends, and our workforce reflects the diversity, international versatility and customer service commitment expected in today’s marketplace.

For more than 70 years, REHAU has been driven by the ambition to enhance the lives of people around the world by developing innovative polymer-based solutions that continue to redefine what is possible in construction, automotive and industry.
Upon the start of the company with just two employees in 1948, Helmut Wagner built the foundations for a business with competence, passion and technical curiosity at its core. By staying true to these principles, REHAU remains an independent, privately held company, employing over 20,000 people in more than 50 countries around the world – each of whom continues to redefine how the products our customers interact with enhance their lives.

Located in Hudson, North Carolina, we are a well-established company with a reputation for quality woven products and spun yarn. We produce fabrics that are ideally suited for use on casual furniture – for indoor or outdoor use. Outdura’s fabrics are different than most. What makes us different? Well, to start, we make 100% solution-dyed acrylic fabrics that are fade, stain and water resistant. Our award winning designs are easy to clean, and are all proudly woven in the USA in Hudson, North Carolina.

Since its foundation in 1897, Sauleda has maintained the same challenge: to manufacture fabrics of great quality and design. In 1897 Victoriano Sauleda founded Sauleda S.A., placing his son Jose Sauleda Paulis at the head of the business, who gave an important impulse to the company. More than a century later we remain faithful to his ideas. We are faithful to our commitment to constantly innovate in protection, to respond to our main priority: to take care of people so that they can enjoy their time. We work with the best materials to develop the best products.

We are a family company with a long textile tradition dating back to 1820 when Francesc Ponsa and Teresa Casajuna started a weaving company in Manresa making narrow fabrics. The textile manufacturing has continued over the last 200 years thanks to the effort and vision of 7 generations of the Ponsa family.
Today the company is lead by Marc Ponsa Prat, the 8th generation of this family.
A key advantage of our company is that we are a completely vertically integrated company. We control and produce all the key materials of the fabric production, starting with pigment manufacturing and continuing with yarn extrusion, warping, weaving and finishing.

Founded in 1930 as a paint business, today TIGER Coatings is an international family-owned business with 8 production facilities, 3 R&D centers as well as a sales network in roughly 50 countries around the world. The high-quality surface coating solutions of TIGER – powder coatings and digital inks for industrial printing systems – ensure preservation of value in the long term. They are used around the world for coating facades, windows, automobile wheel rims, furniture, refrigerators, machines, etc.