Created in 1988 by Patriarch João Moises, in honor of his wife Eugênia Carmem Moises, the Textile Carmem is located in the city of Itapira in the in the interior of the state of São Paulo, in a constructed area of 9062.82 m2, equipped with state-of-the-art machines for yarn production.
The textile yarn manufacturing industry for knitting, weaving and decoration is currently run by his son, business administrator Cléber Elias Moisés, continuing the more than 50-year family tradition of pioneers Antônio, Jorge and João Moises, who became ventured into this segment. Since the beginning of its trajectory, the company has been committed to quality and agility in serving its customers.
A Textile Carmem, had only 5 spinning machines (2000 spindles) and provided services to serve customers who used viscose as raw material. The work was carried out on a faction basis, as it was very difficult to obtain a quota of viscose from national suppliers. In 1989, with the acquisition of a small volume of viscose and polyester, the production of 67% Polyester and 33% Viscose yarns was started. Since then the Textile Carmem has been consolidating in the production of 100% viscose, leading to expansions.
In 2007, always looking for improvements in the quality and technological innovation of its industrial park, it brought Vortex® spinning technology, a system already approved and widely used in countries in Europe and Asia. The company invested in modern spinning technology the 'Murata Vortex Spinning', initially buying 2 (two) machines and producing yarns with better quality, which made it a pioneer in the Brazilian market in the production and sales of Vortex yarns for knitting and weaving.
The Textile Carmem has several clients in the knitting, weaving and decoration sector. It also has an export portfolio for the Argentine and Colombian markets. More than 2000 (Two Thousand) tons of yarn are produced annually, which generate more than 100 (One hundred) direct jobs.
Têxtil Carmem always seeks to provide products that combine quality and innovation.