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Texel launched its manufacturing activities on May 27, 1967 by producing blankets for beds. Starting in 1969, the company extended its activities into the manufacturing of felts, in particular for the shoe industry and quickly acquired large portions of the market in this sector.
In 1975, Texel became the first Canadian geotextile manufacturer. Over the years, it would develop a very large geotextile product line.
The company then sought out new niches, increasingly-sophisticated ones. For instance, today, it manufactures composite panels made of thermoformed non-woven fabrics for the automotive industry.