• 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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  • Łódź Art Center, Factory of Art

    The history of the factory complex at Saint Emilii Street (presently Tymienieckiego Street) begins in the year 1873 when Karol Scheibler bought a 56-morgue area, called Posiadło Bielnikowe from the Peters brothers.

    Country: Poland
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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
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  • Manufaktura, Łódź

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

    Country: Poland
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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
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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
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