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Crochet looms for producing braid in various widths for pret-a-porter, sportswear, intimate apparel, knitwear and beachwear, and specialist machines for producing elastic bands for sheets and furnishings, woven braids for military articles and stationery items, elastic bands of various widths and colours for apparel and footwear. In addition, an entire production line dedicated to elastic bands in varying widths and design for car seat covers. Saraflex, established over sixty years ago, is all this and more, thanks to a state-of-the-art fleet of machines and a production plant spread over 4.500 m2.

"our strong point is flexibility, which allows us to exploit our full industrial capacity to meet the needs of all customers, both those who demanding very sizeable orders in a short space of time, and those seeking made-to-measure items, special yarns and colour matches"

States Maria Vittoria Calimani, drawing attention to saraflex’s professionalism and know-how, precious characteristics that go hand in hand with the product quality and customer service that give Saraflex products the competitive edge over cheaper imports. After all, given increasing delocalization of production and globalization, details are often the only genuinely Italian part of a product remaining. For this reason, from Armani and Blumarine to Simonetta, cp. Company, Sixty and Natuzzi, many labels have chosen Saraflex as a partner in their quest for technologically advanced materials that guarantee superb fit and great respect for the environment.

Lucia Serlenga, 2007


Serlenga L., Fashion details make the difference, Nuova Libra editrice, Milano 2007