Founded over a century ago, Marduel today manufactures technical yarns for many industrial applications.
Originally, Marduel produced yarns based on natural fibres for embroidery or haberdashery.
In the 1950s, with the arrival of synthetic yarns, such as polyamide and polyester, the company took a new turn and started to make high-tenacity technical yarns, which found industrial natural outlets.
In 2013, the company moved into a new eco-responsible building, better suited to its needs.
Thanks to on-going investment, Marduel now manufactures special yarns based on glass, carbon or aramid in addition to high-tenacity yarns.
A dedicated design office responds to its customers’ problems in order to develop and perfect new yarns.