Nextil is reinforced in the eco textile. The group, owner of companies such as Dogi or Treiss, will open two new production lines of its natural dye business Greeendyes Research Lab in Spain and the United States to meet the increased demand.
The company, which currently has a full production line in its complex in El Masnou (Barcelona), will open a second one in this same factory. The other will start up at its factory in the US town of Greensborough.
On the other hand, to cover the growing demand, Nextil has activated the service of licensing the technique to outsource its production. In this way, the group will begin to commercialize licenses of use to extend the dyeing process.
Nextil has also begun to commercialize licenses for the use of this technique to meet its high demand.
-The license consists of a turnkey solution, through which the manufacturer acquires the machinery specifically designed for this process, either for dyeing in fabric or garment.
Nextil is in negotiations with international brands in Europe, the United States and Asia, and with other dyeing companies.
-The textile group, which began to forge from the purchase of the Dogi textile factory, continues to grow by checkbook. Last week, the company announced that it is finalizing the purchase of another textile group in the United States.
Nextil ended the first quarter of the year with a net profit of 150,000 euros.
-The company also boosted its sales in the first three months of the year, up 52% to 24.4 million euros.