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Hof Textiles has expansion plans

From Zetafelt to Zetatherm, a local company makes non-woven fabrics tht can be found in almost everything vehicle. In 1992, Hof Textiles began production of non-woven fabrics for automotive and apparel applications at the Indian Creek Industrial Park. Non-woven fabrics have a huge variety of technical properties. It takes a lot of research and development to create the material. The non-woven fibers are mechanically, chemically or thermally stretched and bound in order to create the finished product.

Hof Textiles has grown by 60% in three years. They are planning on expanding in the number of employees and machinery in 2008 and 2009. Hof Textiles is a division of the family-owned company, Textilgruppe Hof in Germany.