TER MOLST BELGIUM: WEAVING MILL SPECIALIZED IN INTERIOR TEXTILES, SINCE 1953
Ter Molst International is a Belgian weaving mill specialized in interior textiles. It was founded in 1953 and since then the mill has produced and distributed upholstery and curtain fabrics. In 1990, the company was taken over by Luc Tack, who continues to invest in new technologies in order to offer premium products and service.
Ter Molst USA was founded in the late end of 2016. The Belgian Tack family, having previously established an American textile facility in 2001, was eager to expand its existing business and created Ter Molst USA as a division of Global Textile Alliance. In order to meet the highest level of efficiency quickly, the family invested in true state-of-the-art machinery and employed an experienced American design team that works closely together with the European branch. Today, Ter Molst is a vertically integrated mill that operates and sells in more than 100 countries worldwide. Since 2017, the company is part of the global group Love Home Fabrics, which joins nine textile companies worldwide. Ter Molst International has every part of production in-house and employs experienced team members in each department, which gives an advantage in terms of production speed, premium quality and trendy designs. Our Belgian and American production units are both located in the heart of regions with a proud textile tradition that we strive to continue. Our design teams follow the latest trends and newest techniques to create new collections 3 times a year. On top of that, practically everything can be made to measure. Our fabrics are all woven on-site, often with fibers from our yarn extrusion plant. A state-of-the-art dyeing installation allows us to create any color, in order to react quickly on trends. A diversity of high-tech machinery allows us to apply most of the finishes within the organization. Our in-house labs test everything to meet our high standards under the watchful eye of our quality control. For more information: