Lauma Fabrics produces a wide selection of materials, the majority of which are used in intimate apparel garments.
The products include: elastic warp-knit fabrics, rigid warp-knit fabrics, elastic circular-knit fabrics, laces, embroidery, narrow bands and molded cups as well as a selection of medical textiles.
The leading manufacturer of elastic knitted fabrics, laces, embroidery, and ribbons in Europe.
Today Lauma Fabrics is the leading lingerie textiles producer in Europe.
«All of us at Lauma Fabrics would like to express our sincere gratitude to each and every customer and supplier to whom we have established partnerships over the years and who keep growing with us».
CEO Lauma Fabrics
The history of creating
a world-class brand
Built in the early 1970s
Built in the early 1970s to provide textile products throughout the Soviet Union. Consequently, the business was established with both knitting and dyeing & finishing facilities. Lauma Fabrics produces a wide selection of fabrics and materials, the majority of which are used in intimate apparel garments.
The company made an investment of €6.4 million
The company made an investment of €6.4 million in 2014-2015 and 2019 in dye house modernization in Latvia, which enables beam and jet dyeing; includes water scouring machine and stenters.
2014 — 2015
A new stenter's acquired for Lauma Fabrics
The acquisition allowed the company to improve the quality of its produced fabrics and to be able to offer new solutions of materials to its customers. The cost of the acquisition was EUR 1.2 million and the new stenter delivered in spring 2019.
Sustainability in supply-chain –
value creation through vertical
Lauma Fabrics companies and suppliers comply with internationally recognized production standards of Oeko-Tex, REACH and ISO. Our products must be free of over 100 harmful substances to human health and must be manufactured in environmentally friendly facilities.
Lauma Labrics has also made considerable investments into its dye-house modernisation at Lauma Fabrics plant, installing 14 new dyeing machines and using ECODYE for dyeing processes, which is considered to be ecologically the best PES dyeing process.
Lauma Fabrics acquires electricity by a local supplier Latvenergo, which is one of the most environmentally friendly electricity producers in EU. In 2018, 47% of its electricity output were generated from renewable energy sources, mostly water. The company plans to install thousands of solar panels to shift all production to renewable energy and reduce energy costs.
Lauma Fabrics key assets
Full set of materials in common color range
Machines only from European suppliers
Full production cycle under one roof
Strong team of designers and technicians
Stability and expertise
Modern dye house