Fabrics from Greece from IFANSI company for discerning customers

23.05.2018 г.
IFANSI – is among the most important fabric suppliers in Greece. Founded by Pantelis Doumas, IFANSI is one of the oldest textile companies in the country and now supplies the largest manufacturing facilities and clothing designers in the country. Faithful to international fashion trends and in light of continued advancement, IFANSI is entering a new era, enriching its range of fabrics with fine weaves, circular machine knits, cotton, wool, viscose and polyester weaves, the latter used for floral motifs, new investments and modern dyes that exceed the expectations of the most discerning of clients. In 2002, within the framework of its export activities, the company expanded its sales network, engaging in commercial dialogue in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Australia. IFANSI aims to meet and exceed the needs of its clients and keep pace with the demands of the life of the modern woman. Fine woven fabrics with exquisite finishes that can be dyed to the specifications of the client, fine knits produced on site with countless colour options, as well as a wide range of novelty fabrics with intricate patterns define our collection. IFANSI also offers a wide range of all kinds of fabric, including jersey knits, sweatshirt material, ribbed and striped fabric, jacquard, jean, gauze, lace with an emphasis on natural fibres, cotton, linen, silk and wool. Our collection is overseen with consistency and dedication by a specialised department in our company.   Samples of regular collections of fabrics of the factory, coupons are ordered from the official representative of the factory in Russia:  Leonata LLC: 109004, Moscow, Teterinsky per., 4, p.1, t: +7 (495) 980-03-58, +7 (916) 858-91-70 www.leonata.ru tkanileonata@yandex.ru You can get acquainted with the company’s products at the  ‘INTERFABRIC-2018.Autumn’ exhibition from August 27 to August 30, 2018, in Expocentre Fairgrounds, pavilion 3, booth K05.
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