What are the requirements for curtain manufacturers?
The requirements for manufacturers depend mainly on the type of curtains. Curtains are mostly made of decorative fabrics and belong to the home textiles. Curtains are often made of mixed textiles. The wholesale trade offers a wide range in this respect, especially with regard to panel curtains. It is important that the curtains are dirt-repellent, non-iron, insensitive to light, durable and easy to clean and hang up. Curtains are not only more decoration and privacy protection. Modern curtains must have sufficient UV protection in times of climate change with ever increasing radiation.
Especially in this area, great importance is attached to both aesthetics and functionality. Therefore it is especially important that the machinery is also up to date. Curtain technology includes the way of mounting and removing. Washing and rehanging curtains has been quite tedious for decades. The expectations were not disappointed by the manufacturers. Nowadays there are many different, comfortable, handy solutions available.
Manufacturers of curtain fabrics are often specifically chosen for the ease of use of their curtain products. Curtains that are suitable for curtain lifts are particularly popular. Wash them, hang them up, they are ready, dry by themselves and look good - the ideal curtain! The next criterion after curtains are bought. Delicate fabric, great design and yet robust, so that the curtain will look good for years to come - another variant, according to which manufacturers are chosen.
In recent decades the textile market, including the home textiles market, has undergone major changes. The number of German textile manufacturers has been drastically reduced. Those that have been able to hold their own on the market are mostly family businesses with a long tradition.
They still exist because they
to uphold the quality label "Made in Germany",
Produce niche products,
are always up to date,
manufacture according to customer requirements and
appreciate the performance of their employees.
It is precisely the employees who are the most valuable capital of a company. It has always paid off to invest in the know-how of the employees. Customers appreciate to be advised by qualified personnel with long experience. This quality work is particularly important for customer-specific production. There are skills that are not taught in any school. An employee can only acquire these through years of practical experience. Customers appreciate and appreciate this and choose manufacturers accordingly! This is reflected in the quality of the products and this pays off for the company in the long run!