• PLUSTEX

    PLUSTEX is co-financed by the Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC through the European Regional Development Fund. PLUSTEX contributes to this strategic ambition by bringing together public authorities and a range of sector stakeholders to identify and exploit new opportunities through the sharing of good practices.

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  • The Cooperation, Innovation and Creativity Project from ACTE Spain

    Supported by ACTE and promoted by the city of Manresa as well as the municipalities of Sabadell, Mataró (Fundació Tecnocampus Mataró-Maresme), Igualada, Terrassa and the Diputació de Barcelona, this project aims to improve textile sector competitiveness and to generate new opportunities for future economic development.

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  • SOC Project / A network for competitiveness and inclusion [2010-2011]

    The main objective of the project is to contribute to the transformation of the production models of the partner territories by improving enterprise competitiveness, employability and quality of work.

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  • TEXMEDIN [2009-2011]

    The overall aim of this project, submitted under the MED Programme, is to create a transnational cluster in order to increase the competitiveness of the textile and clothing sectors in the partners' territories by fostering the focus on quality, design and innovation to deliver high value-added products and favour the transition from traditional industry towards a new knowledge-based economic model.

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  • Eurotex ID - A Multidisciplinary collaboration to enhance the European Textile Identity [2008-2010]

    The main aim of the Eurotex ID project was to set up an initial interdisciplinary activity designed to rediscover and enhance the European textile industry of the 19th and 20th century. A selection study and cataloguing of textile samples was made, using textile archives from textile museums, to transform them in a digital database (Eurotex ID database).

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  • mNACTEC, Terrassa

    During the industrialisation period Terrassa became one of the most important towns within the Catalan industrialisation process and the Vapor Aymerich, Amat i Jover was the most emblematic wool factory, as well as the one which manufactured the largest amount of wool of the entire city.

    Country: Spain
    Property type: Museum

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  • Manufaktura, Łódź

    Manufaktura was built in the factories of Izrael Poznański, one of the Łódź greatest manufacturers.

    Country: Poland
    Property type: Business and event area

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  • At Scheibler’s Lofts, Łódź

    Karl Wilhelm Scheibler, who became known as the “King of the Cotton and Linen Empires of Łódź”, was a German industrialist, who came to Poland and founded in 1855 a spinning mill and then a huge manufacturing complex in the district of Łódź called Księży Młyn.

    Country: Poland
    Property type: Urban renovation

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  • Napoleon Annicq-Williams former factory Lofts, Ronse

    Since 1911 in these buildings a weaving company called Napoleon Annicq-Williams had been located.

    Country: Belgium
    Property type: Urban renovation

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  • Gli Abatoni, Prato

    According to historical research, the first proof of the presence of a mill in this area, dates to the year 1003.

    Country: Italy
    Property type: Urban renovation

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