True, Victor and Teknit have come under North American leader for contract textiles Duvaltex. These three brands were already part of the Duvaltex group. By combining them, Duvaltex hopes to reinforce its position as the key brand and leader of commercial textile industry. Streamlining is also expected to lead to more sustainable solutions. In the first step of the migration, all the design services will be merged to achieve greater synergy. Clients will benefit from a simplified client experience, with the same responsive, customer-centric service and access to a wider range of resources. The strengths of each brand will now be available through a new, streamlined partnership that will give all Duvaltex customers access to a wealth of textile design and engineering talent.
As groundbreakers in sustainable development for over 20 years, Duvaltex has a unique approach focused on reusing discarded materials and reducing waste. Since 2000, the company has manufactured over a hundred million yards of sustainable fabrics made from materials diverted from landfills. In 2019, in its ongoing pursuit of an ever-smaller environmental footprint, the company launched an industry first - the 100 per cent post-consumer recycled biodegradable polyester. The company has always been guided by the desire to use resources responsibly.