Linen, precious as the future
A unique headquarters rich in history that tells of the industrial development of our country and our land around Bergamo. Linificio e Canapificio Nazionale at Villa d’Almè is today the most important producer of wet and dry linen yarns, that range from the thickest to the finest counts. (110 Nm)
” From 1839 to 1920, the mill at Villa d’Almè had contributed to changing the living standards of the inhabitants of the area, ensuring work for thousands of people, with numerous useful social activities, even if not sufficient for a civilized life, to cope with the lack of social security at the time.”
We also spin and process linen in our state-of-the-art foreign mills, easily reachable from our historic headquarters at Villa d’Almé, within the EuroMed area.
Built in 2000, the Lietlinen plant is in Lithuania in the city of Kaunas, European Capital of Culture 2022.
Here, in addition to traditional linen yarns, special yarns are produced, coloured with specific mixed effects, blending linen with other exceptional fibres.
All the numbers of UAB Lielinen.
Built in 1991, the Filin mill in Tunisia is located in the governorate of Ben Arous, 15 km from the capital Tunis.
The mill specializes in the production of linen yarns and fabrics.
All the numbers of Filin.