Sedatex group


Experience and advances since 1886

For over 130 years, Sedatex Group has been at the forefront of the textile industry, offering a global vertical service in the fashion and technical fabrics world.


Family company’s origin

In 1886, Rafael Pich Puig set up the company Pich Hermanos, devoted to the manufacturing of veils made of natural silk.
After his death in 1903, his wife María Aguilera Casals and their children take control of the company.

During that time, the company became a member of High College of Silk.

In 1898, the Company invested in new technologies by buying mechanical looms in Switzerland.


Diversification and first exports

In 1914, the Company started printing on plain fabrics made of natural silk for women and in 1924 it started printing on viscose fabrics for women for the first time.

In 1921, a new business division was set up devoted to the manufacture of gowns.

Three years later, the company started exporting to France, United Kingdom and Germany.


Period of war

During the Spanish Civil War, the family business was forced to stop the manufacture of fabrics and exports.

In 1946, the Company started exporting again to South America.


Innovation and development

From 1956 to 1970, the company introduced new products such as Texylon (viscose) and Tactel Brand yarns (textured yarns made of PES and PA).

Boatiné trademark was registered in 1958, and the Company strenghted its presence as a leading company in the textile market.

During that time, the 3rd generation of the family joined the company management and the Company introduced to new markets such as men shirts, sportswear and swimwear.


Restructuring and production capacity growth

The Company expanded and moved its knitting factory from Reus to Borges Blanques in 1974.

In 1980, the Olesa factory for textile printing was purchased and in 1985 a new dyeing production factory was opened in Massanes, thus doubling its production capacity.

In 1987 the company changed its name to Sedatex SA.


Business expansion, business diversification and digital revolution

In 1995 the 4th generation of the family joined the company management.

From 2003 to 2011 new companies were purchased in Germany and Spain to expand its production capacity and commercial agreements were concluded in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Poland and Colombia to consolidate the company’s presence in the international market.

In 2004 Pact04 was created to offer our customers a vertical end-to-end solution.

Later on, in 2009, Sedatex started its digital transformation journey by buying the first digital printing machine and ever since, we have been cutting-edge leaders in the industry.

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