Texel behind Feltkütur 3/3

THE STORY OF TEXEL 3/3...

FELTKÜTUR: MADE IN CANADA SINCE 1967

2000

While many feared the Y2K bug, Texel installed a new production line called L08 and moved the headquarters to Saint-Elzéar. In 2003, the company purchased a land and a building in Sainte-Marie, former premises of Bose Canada. Texel also installed another new production line called L09 and put into service the “CS”.

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2007

In 2007, Texel acquired the Beckwith Bemis company in Sherbrooke. This division became the Coated Materials platform in 2010.

2009

In 2009, ADS became a private company and Texel remained the largest division of ADS Inc. In 2013, Texel proceeded with a second expansion of the Sainte-Marie plant to accommodate a new production line called L10.

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2016

In July 2016, Texel was acquired by Lydall, a US company, and became Texel Technical Materials, Inc., now part of the division of Lydall Technical Nonwovens.

In 2017, Texel celebrated it’s 50th anniversary! 

2020

Today, we can say that Texel has greatly evolved. The total area of Saint-Elzéar, Sainte-Marie and Sherbrooke plants is over 350 000 square feet, with approximately 325 employees including one affiliated company, Afitex-Texel. The company now serves customers in all parts of the world and in many field of application such as building and furniture materials, medical, filtration, CIPP and geosynthetics.

In short, Texel has always remained Texel over the years and this is what makes it famous.

THE STORY OF TEXEL 3/3