New offer from Marton Mills
Marton Mills to launch wool blend suiting collection of fabrics designed for schoolwear.
By Laura Turner
14 June 2016
, a traditional Yorkshire family-owned weaving mill, is the largest fabric manufacturer to the schoolwear industry in the UK. In addition to its established range of high quality plains, tartans, checks and blazer stripes from stock, or bespoke to customer requirements, this year sees the launch of a wool blend suiting collection of fabrics designed to perform and deliver to the standards required for schoolwear
Marton Mills’ joint ownership of Roberts Dyers and Finishers ensures that high standards of quality and care are managed and maintained thoughout every aspect of the production process. Fabric woven to individual specifications can be finished to suit a particular end use, from a simple fluorocarbon coating, a rainwear proof, a flame-retardant finish or the latest NanoSphere technology.
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