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    Tenthorey

    TRADITION AND INNOVATION SINCE 1906

    A company with strong traditions and a proud heritage.

    THE TENTHOREY STORY BEGINS IN 1906,.
    WHEN VICTOR TENTHOREY,
    BUYS KIENER
    AND THE FAYMONT COTTON MILL.

    Since its very beginnings, TENTHOREY has always adapted to its environment.
    From an integrated spinning and weaving group, it has gone on to become a producer of textile items

    Supported by its industrial culture and its weaving activities using 50 of the highest-performance machines in the world, all installed in a high-tech building, TENTHOREY designs and manufactures textile items for a huge variety of uses.

    Fabrics for craft and creativity, for top-of-the-range professional clothing, upholstery fabrics, soft materials for the fashion sector, but also technical fabrics for industry… these are just some of the things we produce.

    To demonstrate this:
    Two hydroelectric power plants
    Low energy building
    The certifications we satisfy
    Extensive recycling of all our waste

    Finding a balance between concern for our planet and industrial production has always been a constant feature of Tenthorey’s approach.

    Led today by Yves Dubief, grandson of Tenthorey’s founder, the family-run business based in Eloyes, the gateway to the High Vosges, employs a workforce of around fifty people, who every day find ways to use their skills and enthusiasm to ensure complete satisfaction for you, their customers.

    Did you know?

    In July 2000
    A violent hailstorm destroys the buildings housing the TENTHOREY spinning and weaving operations in Éloyes. Yves Dubief decides to remain in the location where the family firm was first set up.
    A new 13000 m² plant covering 6.5 hectares is built, representing an investment of 12.2 million euros.

    In 2006
    TENTHOREY embarks on a new business venture, producing promotional bags.
    It all starts with an order placed by the Nicolas Hulot foundation for “Le Défi pour la Terre” (Planet Earth Challenge), as part of a drive to replace plastic bags

    In 2011
    24 businesses, including TENTHOREY, launch the “Vosges Terre Textile” (Vosges, Land of Textiles) label

    In 2012
    The first bag collection is launched, following which a factory shop is opened to sell that collection. The same year, Yves Dubief is elected president of the Union of Textile Industries

    In 2013
    Textiles des Lignes ” bought out

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